GoldBerry Porsche

If you love tech bling, you can't overlook Gold & Co. London's shimmering wares. The company applies multiple layers of gold plating to popular Apple and BlackBerry products, like this BlackBerry P9981 Porsche Design.

Gold & Co. uses T304 aircraft-grade stainless steel for its housings, which are plated with 24-karat gold. Each is then numbered and shipped in a hardwood box.

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Golden i

Has the iPhone 5 ever looked this good? Gold & Co. London's version of the phone has engravings on the back indicating it's part of a limited set of 250. It also comes in rose gold.
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For Burj guests

This closeup of the 24-karat gold iPads for guests of the Burj Al Arab shows the hotel's logo on the back. They're available in the hotel's boutique for about $10,200.
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Encased

Like all creations from Gold & Co. London, this 24-karat 64GB iPad 2 comes with a deluxe hardwood case.
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Shiny Q10

For diehard Blackberry fans, this 24-karat gold-plated Q10 is billed as the first of its kind by Gold & Co. London.
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Android gold

This 24-karat Sony Xperia Z, Gold & Co. London's first Android device, looks as solid as a gold brick.
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Gold iPad Mini

Rounding out its Apple lineup, the gold and rose gold iPad Minis come in a limited edition of 250.
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