Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Diamond-covered Christmas tree

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Masumi Ishizuka, an employee for Japan's Takashimayadepartment store displays a cool 1.8 million dollars (200.7 million yen) diamond-covered Christmas tree and teddy bear to celebrate the upcoming Christmas holiday at Takashimaya's main store in Tokyo.

Takashimaya department store chain is selling the tree (a small tower of preserved roses with a teddy bear) for a symbolic 200.7 million yen from Wednesday to kick off its year-end sales campaign.

The tree, which stands 40 centimeters (16 inches) high, features about 100 carats of diamonds from southern Africa and Australia, is based on a design by Parisian flower boutique Claude Quinquaud.

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