From Colossal 30-Liter Champagnes to $1,000 Chocolate Boxes

 - Feb 6, 2014
Typically when you think of little luxuries, especially when it comes to food, you probably envision something grand, but small in quantity. Part of the allure of luxury items is that they can be difficult to come by or hard to procure in large quantities, which makes the items all the more coveted because they are so exclusive. However, these luxury item are examples of instances where caviar, champagne and even accessories are being scaled up in size.

When it comes to fashion, one of the most unmissable examples of this can be seen in the hula hoop bag from Chanel’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection. In terms of edibles, considerable scaling up can also be seen in Armand de Brignac’s 30-Liter champagne bottles and Petrossian’s caviar tins, which weigh in at a hefty 10 kilograms.