Top 10 luxury Champagne coolers

1. 18th century Philip Rolos champagne and wine cooler – £2,000,000 (US$3.27m)


Weighing 11.5 stone and crafted by one London’s finest goldsmiths, Philip Rollos, this solid silver cooler was valued at between £1.5 million to £2m when it was sold by Sotheby’s in 2010. It was once owned by Queen Anne’s ambassador to Berlin, the third Baron Raby, Thomas Wentworth, who commissioned the cooler in 1706.

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