£9,960,000 Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold cot embraces your baby in the lap of luxury

Suommo Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold Limited Edition crib

Do you think your baby is special? A gift from god that needs the best things in the world? Then you better have look at this golden crib that will make you think otherwise. Made from 24 carat gold, the Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold Limited Edition crib is the world’s most expensive cot to embrace your special child in the lap of luxury. This special cradle weighing 188kg has an eye-popping price tag of £9,960,000 that will make your heart go numb. The cot measures 96 cm x 114 cm x 66 cm in total and is delivered worldwide with international shipping insurance.

Suommo Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold Limited Edition crib

Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold takes a pain staking six months to build and designer Ximo Talamantes has carved it out with maximum attention and detail. Not only on the outside but on the inside too it is as plush as it can get. It is made from the highest quality natural wild silk, pima cotton and gold yarn embroideries. For comfort it has protectors, pillow, matress, base sheet and a comforter for you baby’s joy.

Suommo Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold Limited Edition crib

If you want to spend even more on this crib then you can engrave it with diamond and white gold insignia that will set you back £71,380 or choose the diamond and pure gold embellishment which costs £68,060.
For those who think that the solid gold crib is too expensive for their budget can go for the white edition Dodo Bassinet that costs £9,960 or the Rose Gold edition which goes for £182,600.

Suommo Dodo Bassinet Solid Gold Limited Edition crib

Ximo Talamantes, the designer of this plush crib

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