10 Most Expensive Purses and Handbags

By on January 28, 2015

#5: Hermes Exceptional Collection Rouge H Porosus Crocodile Handbag – $1.9 million

And just like that, we’ve jumped from $261,000 to nearly $2 million. Such is the world of elite Hermes luxury.

This 2011 bag has two very valuable materials that make it so expensive, and I’m betting you can guess what they are by now.

If you said crocodile skin and diamonds, then you are very correct.

The red crocodile skin used on this bag is very seldom used in design, and when you add 18-karat gold and hundreds of diamonds, you get a bag that’s worth much more than your house.

If you think $1.9 million is an unusual price for a Hermes bag, don’t kid yourself…it’s about to get a lot crazier.


#4: Hermes Birkin Ginza Tanaka Bag – $1.9 million

Surprising absolutely nobody the Birkin Ginza Tanaka Bag is another one of Hermes’ many multi-million dollar fashion items.

This bag was designed by famed Japanese fashion guru Ginza Tanaka, and in a shocking development, it is not made of alligator skin.

So why a price tag approaching a cool $2 million? Well, obviously it has a ton of diamonds. Duh. More than 2,000 diamonds, to be more specific.

Also, the Birkin Ginza Tanaka Bag is crafted out of platinum, a material which probably isn’t the main ingredient in any of your possessions.

See that enormous 8-carat pear-shaped diamond on the front of the bag? Well, it can be detached and used in jewelry, or to play catch…whichever you prefer.

The diamond strap can also be disconnected and worn as a bracelet or necklace. I mean, you’re really killing three birds with one stone here.

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