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The world’s most expensive pair of shoes is up for sale at N6.1 billion

The world’s most expensive pair of shoes have been put on sale for a jaw-dropping $17 million (N6.1 billion). It is made out of leather, gold, silk and diamonds.

A Dubai-based shoemaker named Jada Dubai unveiled the shoes at the Burj Al Arab hotel. “Dubai is the city of millionaires and billionaires… we see it as a potential market, along with the entire (Gulf) region,” said Hemant Karamchandani, chief executive of Passion Jewelers, which supplied the jewels.

The shoe took about 9 months to create, according to the maker of the shoe.

“there will be only one pair of The Passion Diamond Shoes in the world. “We had to prototype many shoes in Italy in order to find the perfect shape, perfect heel, the perfect color for it.

“Even inside, the logos of both companies are made out gold, which is very thin, so it will be very comfortable for walking”.

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About Don Saint

PR Guru / Author / Promoter / Controversial Writer / Hip Hop Artiste / Actor / Human Rights Activist. The First Nigerian Hip Hop Artiste to obtain a Masters Degree (M.A) in Arts ( Religion & Human Relations). The author of one of the most controversial books in Nigeria; "Emancipation from Masturbation". With over 12 Movies and 3 Musical albums since 2003. Former Events Manager at Silverbird’s Rhythm Fm Awka Station till 2010. For more info. Call : 08033239298, 08056381068.

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