15 million for a Christmas Tree? Over $7,500 for Swarovski Crystal wrapping paper? Holiday decorations are ultra bright status symbols for some, and Mints, jewelers, department stores, and countries have known this for years. Their lavish decorations, like an 11.7 million dollar diamond dusted 24K gold emu egg in Spain, keep people coming around. Germany’s 2.4 million dollar gold coin tree and Japan’s 1.95 mil golden pine makes Santa wanna pass by just to take a selfie. A 2 million dollar Swarovski crystal tree in Hong Kong airport greets all arrivals and departures, and DC’s 1 million dollar conifer puts the Rockefeller Center tree to shame, even with its new 900 pound crystal beacon at the top. Forget Wal-Mart and dollar store decorations - these trees are like runway models - they wear Chanel, Bvlgari, and Rolex like real glamour queens and kings.
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CHAPTERS: 00:00 Intro 00:13 Spain’s 15 M Dollar Tree 01:08 Dubai’s 11M Guiness Record Holder 01:40 Mark Hussey’s $136,000 Gold & Diamond Bauble 02:21 Hong Kong Airport’s 1.8M Swarovski Crystal Tree 03:15 Germany’s 2.6M Gold Coin Tree 04:29 Washington DC’s 1M All-Natural Conifer 05:31 Takashimaya’s 1.8M 16 inch Tall Rose Christmas Tree 06:14 Rebekah Chol’s $7,549 Swarovski Crystal Encrusted Wrapping Paper 07:32 The 4.6M Wreath 08:30 Hansa’s $7,000 Singing Life-Size Reindeer 09:03 Ginza Tanaka’s 1.95M Gold Tree