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The Most Creative (and Outrageous) Products Made with Diamonds - Diamond Coffee Cup

Where can you find a diamond coffe mug and who made it? 

 Berlin-based porcelain manufacturers KPM created a magnificent coffee cup and saucer made with 24-karat gold, blue cobalt, and diamonds. With a Grecian-style handle, a single cup and saucer costs $41,000. Not surprisingly, this is a very limited edition, and just a few are produced each year in addition to the company's regular product line. For those who can afford the cup, it would be fitting to drink kopi luwak, the world's most expensive coffee. The beans are actually eaten and excreted by a cat-like animal called the Indonesian civet cat. This gourmet delicacy can cost as much as $100 per cup.

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