The 10 most expensive Christmas trees in the world

The Christmas tree originated in 7th century Germany. A monk named Saint Boniface used the triangular shape of the fir tree to illustrate the Holy Trinity in his teachings. Since then, and most prominently in 16th-century Germany, families began bringing firs, pines, and firs into their homes and decorated them with nuts, candles, fruits, and paper flowers.

Over the years, Christmas tree ideas have not only gained massive popularity, but have also evolved into many different variations with only one thing in common, the original triangle shape.

Now Christmas trees can be seen everywhere during the Christmas season. So much so that having the most expensive tree has become a kind of competition for some of the richest people in the world. Decorated trees are used to show how incredibly wealthy their owners are. So how valuable can a tree get?

10. Artificial Trees Before Vermont Bed:

Value -> $ 850 USD

Special features of this lighted Christmas tree include hinged branch construction and a special memory wire. The special characteristics of Vermont fir make it easier to install than previous thin artificial Christmas trees. This tree has 8.5 feet of multicolored holiday celebration with the latest in artificial tree technology. I wonder what they come up with next.

9. Pre-lit Frasier Fir Artificial Christmas Tree:

Value -> $ 1,000 USD

This artificial tree before the bed is adorned with 1,350 mini colored lights. This artificial fir boasts the ability to remove individual lights from their sockets without affecting any of the other lights on the tree. At 10 feet tall, it towers over most other artificial trees for sale.

8. Sofitel London St. James – Black tree decorated with cognac:

Value -> $ 55,000 USD

Just another slim tree with ordinary metal frame until you look a little closer. You will notice 200 miniature size handcrafted 24 karat gold bottles containing Louis XIII, Grand-Champagne Cognac. No one knows why they would openly leave alcoholic beverages in a hotel lobby. The tree is 16.5 feet tall, so if you are going to drink the champagne cognac, for safety reasons I suggest you start from the top and work your way down.

7. Steve Quick Jewelers – Gold Table Trees:

Value -> $ 500,000 USD

As a fundraising project to benefit the American Cancer Society, this decorated tree was created by Steve Quick. The Chicago Jeweler projects small trees with solid 18-karat gold. Added a couple of features to increase the value of a larger tabletop tree, round diamond ornaments, and a detachable platinum star tree ornament. The star is detachable, so it can be used as a pendant. Just when you thought a 5lb chunk of solid gold couldn’t look any better, they topped it with 4.52 carats of brilliance – and that’s just the diamond in the platinum star!

6. Soo Kee Jewelry – Diamond Tree:

Value -> $ 1 million

Displayed in a shopping mall in Singapore called Bugis Junction, a 20-foot, 7,000-pound silver Christmas tree made everyone feel very poor as they searched for slightly more affordable gifts for their loved ones. A brilliant silver blaze of 21,798 diamonds and more than 3,000 crystals adorned this fabulous Christmas spectacle. Would they really notice if one or two disappeared?

5. Washington DC – Capitol Christmas Tree:

Value -> $ 1 million + USD

The tradition of placing a tall fir tree on the west front of the Capitol in Washington, DC began in 1964. Each year the tree is cut, transported and replanted outdoors. Rumors speculate that the cost of such an operation far exceeds a million dollars, making this outdoor Christmas decoration one of the most expensive in the world.

4. Ginza Tanaka Jewelry – Table Tree:

Value -> $ 1.6 million

Ginza Tanaka Jewelery in Shinsaibashi, Osaka, Japan showcased this beautiful slender tree that was decorated with over 240 priceless gems. It is a small 24 karat gold tree with a variety of diamonds and pearls weighing a total of 46 pounds. It stands as the fourth most expensive decorated Christmas tree in the world.

3. Takashimaya Department Store – Preserved Rose Mini Christmas Tree:

Value -> $ 1.8 million

Definitive proof that size doesn’t matter. Well, when it comes to fake Christmas trees for sale. The 16-inch tabletop Christmas trees are made from preserved flowers and decorated with 400 diamonds. I wonder if department stores ever charged the $ 1.8 million price, yet they threw in the teddy bear to sweeten the deal.

2. Hong Kong Swarovski Crystal – LED Pre-lit Christmas Tree:

Value -> ???

Standing at a staggering 27 meters tall, the 40,000 Swarovski crystals are stacked in a spectacular Christmas tribute as part of Hong Kong’s annual “Winterfest.” While this outdoor LED Christmas tree is quite impressive during the day, just wait until the sun goes down. Unfortunately, the cost of such a tree is unknown to us at this time, so the question “Where does it rank on this list?” can be answered with another question: “Does your Christmas tree turn its lights on to the beat and shoot fireworks over the top?” I do not believe it.

1. The Emirates Palace Hotel – Decorated Christmas Tree:

Value -> $ 11.4 million

The seven-star hotel in Dhabi showcased a 40-foot Christmas tree covered with diamonds, pearls, emeralds and the like worth $ 11 million. This tree was loaned by a gallery in Abu Dhabi

If you were considering staying at the Emirates Palace Hotel, you can expect to pay around $ 1 million each week. Expensive? Maybe, but your room includes a butler, luxury Maybach car and driver, and a private jet in case you need to rush to the grocery store in Edmonton, Canada to pick up a few things before dinner.

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