The most expensive Christmas tree in the world, located in the lobby of the Kempinski Hotel in Marbella, is worth $15 million.
This tree has been exhibited in the lobby of the Kempinski Hotel to mark the beginning of the holiday season. It reaches this sum because of its extremely valuable decorations. The hotel itself estimated that the tree with ornaments was worth $15 million.
Christmas ornaments were all handmade. They were all personally created and drawn by British celebrity designer, artist, and diamond expert Debbie Wingham, and she embellished most of the decorations with jewels.
The tree also includes some of the most expensive artworks around the world. The most expensive ornament is an emu egg set in 24-carat gold, and it is covered in diamond dust. This decoration alone is worth $11 million.
Debbie Wingham made 500 decorations herself and invited several more artists to join her and contribute to make the world’s most expensive Christmas tree also the most beautiful.
The decorations include precious pink, red, white and black diamonds, four-carat sapphire and recycled jewelry of the most famous brands such as Bulgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, and Chanel, but also classic decoration and traditional edible sweets, without the holidays cannot go by.
Debbie Wingham became famous when she made the world’s most expensive shoes two years ago, valued at more than $15 million.