The House of Borgezie has created the world's first pair of platinum stilettos, and they're yours for £70,000.
The House of Borgezie's £70,000 'Cleopatra' stilettos
What do you buy the heiress who has everything this Christmas? How about the House of Borgezie's platinum stilettos?
We can see Tamara Ecclestone tottering around in a pair of these custom-made creations, and with an eternal guarantee, you know you'll be erm, getting your £70,000-worth.
As the latest offering by the Birmingham-based House of Borgezie, the heels with a difference are the result of four years of development.
Christopher Shellis, the man who brought us the world's first diamond stiletto shoe, works with extremely high temperatures to mould the platinum.
And on his website it is explained how: 'due to an ingenious and patented design feature, the heel of and the sole of the sandal can be quickly and easily replaced by the owner themselves within minutes. This feature gives the sandal an ability to last forever, hence its eternal forever guarantee.'
The shoes, named Cleopatra, feature a lily stamen heel and 'Borgezie' is spelt out around the heel and front strap. If platinum's not your thing, they can also be made in 18ct white or yellow gold for £60,000.
The Cleopatra shoes in yellow gold
Â£70,000 platinum stilettos, anyone? - Telegraph