If you think that jewellery is the only entity that can combine platinum and diamonds in an enticing manner, then you're wrong. Here is a UK mobile phone that is clad in both these luxurious elements - the Nokia Supreme, which carries a price tag of £99,995.
There are 12.5 carats of pink diamonds, which totals up to about 1225 in number, studded along the edges of this handset, with a 3 carat single one at the centre. Platinum veneers with 8 platinum screws have been used. The handheld ships in a granite box.
This luxury mobile phone has been designed by Stuart Hughes, who already has plenty of other mobile phones and iPods bathed in gold, platinum and diamonds, to his credit. Even the most expensive iPhone, which combines gold and diamonds and costs £1.92 million was designed by him.
Hughes has even commented that there is no finer relationship than platinum and diamonds. He feels that they are pure, rare and eternal. He has as well mentioned that the Nokia Supreme is a true celebration of one's individuality. We'd also like to add - lavishness!