For the game player who has everything, a gold plated Xbox One is now available to buy in Harrods.
Hublot presents a brand new wristwatch inspired by the powerful symbolic and brilliance of gold.
A gold and diamond crown tiara worn by Victoria Adams when she married David Beckham is to be sold by Bonhams on Dec. 5 during their Fine Jewellery sale.
Just in time for the holidays, Burberry has presented a limited edition of Burberry Body, the women’s fragrance first launched in 2011.
HTC revealed a new color variant of its popular HTC One flagship smartphone Monday, the new HTC One Gold.
Ray-Ban’s legendary Aviator sunglasses will soon be available in an exceptionally luxurious edition, with frames made from solid 18-karat gold.
Apple’s first gold-colour iPhone sold out immediately in Hong Kong and mainland China, according to reports and online buyers desperate to snap up the new status symbol.
In addition to the traditional black and white models, the forthcoming iPhone 5S will also be available in a flashier version, all in gold, according to TechCrunch.
A tailor in Hong Kong has produced what he claims to be one of the world’s most expensive suits.
The 24-carat gold iPads, designed specifically for Burj Al Arab and engraved with the hotel’s logo, will be offered to every guest upon check-in.
British luxury designer Stuart Hughes has created a £10 million, solid-gold bodied, diamond-encrusted iPhone 5.
In honor of Magnum’s new Gold ice cream bar, fashion designer Zac Posen has created an evening gown completely covered in 24-karat gold paillettes.
A pure gold replica of Barcelona football star Lionel Messi’s left foot, worth $5.2 million, was unveiled in Tokyo by Ginza Tanaka on Wednesday.
A special one-off ‘Bolt Gold’ edition of Nissan’s flagship supercar has fetched nearly double the list price at auction.
BrickEnvy, an online store that sells collector Lego sets, has recently sold what is perhaps the world’s most expensive Lego.
Postboxes painted gold to celebrate Britain’s Olympic champions will not be repainted in the traditional “pillarbox red.”
Dior has released a limited edition collection of 24-carat gold temporary tattoos, meant to look like pieces jewellery.
The “pink” iPad will be reserved in Burj Al Arab’s boutique for the person who will nominate the best price for the item on the hotel’s Facebook page.
Mooncakes made of gold and silver are selling like hot cakes in China as gifts during the Mid-Autumn Festival.
On Sep. 27, Gold & Co is set to unveil what it claims is the world’s first 24-karat gold-plated iPhone 5 at the Collector’s Palace in Dubai Mall.