Roland Iten, which bills itself as a “mechanical luxury company,” makes its Predator belt buckle (about $400,000) with a white-gold body, red-gold accents and 387 baguette- and round-cut diamonds totaling 14.15 carats. The design allows a belt strap to be loosened or tightened with one hand, and security mechanisms help to prevent accidental release or theft.
Richard Hennessy Cognac ($4,000) is named for the brand’s founder. The bottle can be engraved at its base.
Nesmuk’s Exklusiv C150 ($6,499) is offered with 18 different handle styles. This one is Makassar ebony.
The Pirates pen by Montegrappa (about $64,000) comes in sterling silver or 18-karat solid gold.
Each piece in Architecture & the City (price on request) is a structure in Swarovski, concrete, marble and silver.