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Ladoga created this classy Venice glass decanter for their Imperial collection.The decanter is detailed with 24-karat gold trim and inspired by Faberge eggs; when opened, the “egg” reveals the bottle and four cleverly mounted shot glasses within.
It’s definitely a brand worth collecting just for the unique glass work alone.
Even if the original bottle had fetched only the 0,000 it was expected to get at auction, that would have made it the most expensive bottle of whisky in the world.
The Bombay Sapphire Revelation collection featured just five Baccarat crystal bottles designed by Karim Rashid, with the diamond and jewel decorated caps supplied by Garrard.
None of the skulls made available for study presented anything that would suggest they were manufactured any earlier than the 19th century, though there still exists some dispute on those accounts.
Regardless, this is one of the more popular non-traditional bottles you might find in your neighborhood liquor store.
At $200,000 per bottle, the entire collection was worth a cool $1 million.