Last year VeryFirstTo introduced to the world a Christmas wreath like no other – studded with 32 diamonds and 16 rubies and a matching price tag of $4.6 million. Their first grand offering for this Christmas is world’s most precious gingerbread house made from Ceylon Cinnamon, Duchy organic eggs, Suma raw cane sugar, Echire Butter, and of course ginger (Steenbergs organic variety).
To have and to enjoy this delectable yet extravagant treat, you’ll have to fork up some serious dough. As it try to live up to “the world’s most precious gingerbread house” title – it arrives at your doorstep priced $77,910 (£49,750//€62,240). What makes gingerbread house this expensive? It is all in the adornments, which include 150 AAAA grade South Sea Pearls and a 5 karat unheated Mozambique ruby.
VeryFirstTo has roped in celebrity cake chef Georgia Green of Georgia’s Cakes to make the extravagant gingerbread house. Georgia recently made a cake for DKNY to celebrate the launch of Cara Delevingne’s collection for the brand. The jacket-shaped cake in yellow and green gave the upstart cake chef plenty of publicity.
The Cordon Bleu trained Green said, “I am so excited to be creating this incredibly precious never done before culinary innovation. I love working with gingerbread and the gems just add such a cool element.”
One more thing, VeryFirstTo wants you to know it is extremely customizable, they can make it to look like your own home. Go ahead, visit VeryFirstTo.com to place your once in a lifetime lavish gingerbread house order.