World's most decadent Easter bunny on sale for €34,000

With diamonds for eyes and gold leaf at its feet, this chocolate feast may just be too good to eat

 

The world’s most decadent Easter bunny is on sale, with two 1.7 carat diamonds for eyes and sculpted with a whopping 548,000-calories worth of the finest Tanzanian chocolate, hand-crafted by an award-winning chocolatier.

Sure to  tempt the oligarch who has everything, it’s a seductive confection, with the diamonds - G colour, GIA certified and boasting VS clarity – worth €34,000 alone in this resplendent rabbit. And while you might be hopping like one if you receive it for Easter, don’t swallow the diamonds before you get them set as earrings. And don’t eat the chocolate eggs at the bunny’s feet – they’re covered in valuable gold leaf. 

The 5kg bunny is available to buy on VeryFirstTo.com, with the sparkling eyes supplied by 77 Diamonds, which specialises in bespoke diamond jewellery.

The cost of the bunny can be reduced by ordering smaller and cheaper gems (deadline March 28th for delivery by Easter Sunday), but if you have that kind of money what’s a few grand?  (A donation of £1,000 will be made to the UK Prince’s Trust should the bunny be purchased.)

The bunny has been sculpted by multi-awarding winning Martin Chiffers, executive pastry chef, international consultant and patissier who owns “Chiffers” shop in Tokyo. Chiffers is the former “chef décor” of Harrods confectionary and food halls, where price makes no difference. Just in case you’re worried about eating 48,000 calories worth of chocolate, the chocolate bunny is guaranteed to remain edible for two years, if you can stomach it.

 

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