Elegant gold plated computers give your home a majestic touch of royalty

A French designer George Chirita makes lavish computers and other accessories, but not for the common man and only for the millionaires. His work is inspired from royal families of Kings and Queens. The gold-plated computers that he has made are inspired from King Louis XVI. They are indeed very expensive for common people and you would not prefer buying them at all. Range starts from $17,000 and finishes on $21,000. But the lavishness of these computers can allure you and could make you drool. They are very neatly decorated with most expensive materials like marble, lapis lazuli and most significantly gold.

Gold Plated computers

The designer was formerly an electronics engineer and now produces luxury computers on three different basis- Louis XV, Louis XVI and Empire. Chirita says that in order to make such luxury products for customers, an efficient labor and quality work is needed, which balances the price they have set to sell the computers. The company doesn’t compromise on the superiority of hardware at all and provides latest technology to the customers.

Gold Plated computers

Base of the computers is embellished with fine marble and lapis lazuli and crafting on monitors is done with gold-plated brass and bronze. The artist did not reveal his customers to Reuters but enlightened with the fact that most of them are from China and the Middle East.

Gold Plated computers

Via: OddityCentral

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