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Japan's Pure Platinum Frozen Calendar Costs More Than Many Houses

posted on by Bamboo Dong

Japanese jeweler Ginza Tanaka is reaching out to exhorbitantly wealthy Frozen fans with their latest creation, a pure platinum Frozen 2015 calendar that rings up at 100 million yen, or about US$835,800.

The calendar measures 77 cm x 50 cm (30" x 19.7"), and weighs in at 10 kg (22 lb). Each item is made-to-order, and reservations will accepted at nine Ginza Tanaka stores nationwide.

Of course, if you can't cough up that much money, they're also selling smaller versions, clocking in at 16,000 yen (about $133) for a 5", 1 gram version, and 60,000 yen (about US$500) for a 7.8", 5 gram version.

For more of Ginza Tanaka's Frozen collection, check out their site.

Ginza Tanaka is no stranger to lavish fine-metal art pieces—in the past, they've sold a gold replica of footballer Lionel Messi's foot, a golden Godzilla, and gold clothing.

Source: Mantan Web via Hachima Kikou


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