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VIPs Only Can Pour from This $30K Decanter

STK unveils a diamond-encrusted decanter for use by invitation only

STK’s $30,000 diamond-encrusted decanter
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Bold-faced names now have another way to feel extra special at STK, the steakhouse at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Meet the $30,000 diamond wine decanter, replete with a 14-karat ring. More than 250 diamonds weighing in at 4.5 carats total adorn the decanter from neighboring celebrity jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills.

The decanter joins STK’s diamond-encrusted knife with 300 full-cut pink sapphires worth $18,000 and a $12,000 pink sapphire knife filled with 6.5 carats of sapphires that took a craftsman 20 hours to hand, also from Jason of Beverly Hills.

In the past, Gavin Rossdale of Bush dined with his band mates after a private show at the resort and used one of the knives while slicing into a Waygu beef filet. The restaurant told ABC News back in 2012 that Rossdale signed a guest book for those worthy of using the knife, and he wrote that it “cut like a knife but glitters like the best girl.”

The band Foster the People also shared a knife during dinner one night, and liked it so much that after their meal, tried to buy it. No go.

The diamond version of the knife came first, but the sapphire knife came into play when Leann Rimes and Eddie Cibrian celebrated Valentine’s Day together at the restaurant.

Naturally, only the highest profile diners earn the privilege of dining with the knives and now the decanter. None are for sale, and customers cannot request them. No, notable guests have the honor by invitation only.

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STK

3708 Las Vegas Boulevard South, , NV 89109 (702) 698-7990 Visit Website

Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

3708 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 698-7000 Visit Website

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