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$1.3 Million Vibrator is One of the World’s Most Expensive Sex Toys

Solid platinum device features diamonds, sapphires and a removable pearl that fits on a necklace.

If you’ve been looking for a sex toy that’s fit for a queen, Fornicari, a newly launched erotic art and adult toy shop for “the elite,” has got the thing for you: a vibrator that will cost you more than $1 million.

Forbes reports “The Pearl Royale” sex toy was created by Australian jeweler Colin Burn. It is made-to-order and is composed of solid platinum and bejeweled with pink and white diamonds, blue sapphires, and South Sea pearls. The rounded top gives it the royal feel, and because all good vibrators should be multi-purpose, you can take a South Sea pearl off the top of the device and wear it as a necklace. The pearl also functions as a key to operate it, reports Forbes. 

And since you’ll clearly want to show this device off, the custom tool comes in a wall-mountable display box.

The vibrator is just part of a carefully curated luxury collection of similarly high-end erotic toys offered by the company, which was started by Alison Bradford, a Scottish businesswoman.

In a press release, Bradford said, “The pieces that we boast are luxury items that can be added to an erotic art collection or gifted to a special person to share the benefits and pleasure,” according to Forbes. 

Not interested in a million-dollar vibrator? There is always the Tally Ho Chair, which was featured in Fifty Shades of Grey and created by Mark Brazier-Jones. According to Forbes, the “erotic furniture consists of Italian emerald velvet, a saddle on a brass-plated steel horse base, and stirrups and reins.” It runs for about $15,000.

For about $30,000 you can buy Betony Vernon’s Ben-Wa Chain Collier, which can be worn as a belt or used for a certain type of exercise. And if you’re looking for a gift for that special guy in your life, you can buy him the King JCobra ring (though it doesn’t go on his hand) for a whopping $183,000, according to Forbes.