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From Dazzling Butterfly Watches to Branded Racing Yachts

 - Nov 29, 2015
Solid gold credit cards, multi-million dollar cigar chests and $3,000 chocolates are a few of the opulent and outrageous ideas in November 2015 luxury.

To coincide with the release of the latest Halo game, a special ski helmet was created and encrusted with more than 25,000 Swarovski crystals. While this luxurious ski helmet may never actually see a real mountainside, it will mainly serve as a way to raise money for charity.

For a more accessible piece of luxury, a restaurant by the name of Barclay Prime is selling its decadent Philly cheesesteaks for $120 a pop. Another ultra decadent treat are the truffles made by Geneva's All Chocolate Kitchen, which are dipped in a fine gold dust. The more healthy living is encouraged, treats like these are becoming all the more desirable, especially as high price points create exclusivity.