The $10,000 Cartier Poker Set
Famed French luxury goods house Cartier has come out with a poker set equaling Asprey's incredible crocodile skin version for opulence. Cartier, founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier, presents their offering to the gentleman gambler in a lockable red and black lacquered Sycamore wood chest with striped sides and a checkerboard pattern on the lid, gold-plated hardware and an Art Deco-style gold Cartier key plate. The interior, lined in black Alcantara like the upholstery on an exotic sports car, holds two packs of Cartier playing cards, 360 chips in five different colors and denominations bearing Cartier logos, and five dice. It's priced at $10,000 so you'll need to have a pretty good poker face.