Geoffrey Parker offers the world’s most expensive poker set for $7.5 million
Geoffrey Parker, London-based maker of the finest games, has earlier impressed us with the luxurious coffee game tables and the GT/33 Contemporary Game Table. This time, he has the world’s most expensive poker set, and the asking price is a cool $7.5 million. The bespoke creation comes packed in a genuine alligator skin case that’s finished in the color as asked by the client. The case comes with 18-karat white gold combination locks and hardware. The suede lining of the case flaunts an 18-karat gold and diamond frame, which holds the 384-18 karat white gold chips. The chips, featuring the value in any currency and denomination to suit the client’s liking, are done in stingray skin on both sides.
The edge of each chip comes festooned with precious stones, with white diamonds for the white chips, sapphires for the blue, rubies for the red, emeralds for the green and black diamonds for the black. The dealer button is a larger 18-karat white gold chip, which is set with two rows of diamonds. The set has about 22,364 stones in all, totaling 1,012 carats. Moreover, there are four platinum-plated decks of poker cards. Geoffrey Parker is now taking orders, with an expected delivery time of six to nine months.