Valentine's Day: The world's most expensive gifts revealed, including solid gold and diamond stilettos

V-day gifts to seriously spoil your loved one this February 14 - £25,000 compact mirrors and £1,800 chocolates

Most of us will be hoping for a nice card or a bunch of flowers this Valentine's Day.

But for any man looking to really spoil his partner this February 14th, there are the world's most expensive V-day gifts to consider.

Valentine's Day most expensive gifts: These solid gold and diamond shoes cost £140k ©CatersFrom solid gold heels encrusted with over 2,000 diamonds for an eye-watering £140,000 to a £25,000 compact mirror - these Valentine's gifts are surely the most lavish ever created.


British designer Christopher Michael Shellis - who's taken note of a woman's love of shoes - spent three years creating the stilettos, which were crafted by skilled goldsmiths in temperatures of more than 1000C.

Naturally, he realised the shoes would indeed need a matching bag, so has also designed an equally luxurious clutch - for a whopping £200,000. So you're all in for £340,000.

Valentine's Day most expensive gifts: Naturally there is a solid gold and diamond bag to go with the shoes ©Ca …The traditional gift of chocolates on Valentine's Day hasn't been overlooked either, with a truly extravagant truffle being created by Danish chocolatier Fritz Knipschildt.

La Madeline au Truffle, a favourite of US star Oprah, consists of 70 per cent Valrhona cocoa blended into a creamy ganache with French truffle oil - which should explain the price tag of £1,800 per lb.


And for those of us just hoping for a card this year could be in line to receive a very bling version - such as the custom made luxury Grand Couture line of cards - should our partners wish to part with around £3000.


Created by Gilded Age Greetings in Miami, USA, the cards are the most expensive in the world and feature rare pink diamonds and sapphires, white diamonds, red rubies and authentic Swarovski crystals.

Valentine's Day most expensive gifts: This luxurious truffle, worth £1,800 a lb, will be a true luxury ©CatersThe company has even hired a poet to serve as a personal Shakespeare to help customers express the love they feel for their other half in a one-of-a-kind poem written in the classic prose of centuries gone by.

Co-founder of Gilded Age Greetings Melissa Schechter said: "Giving or receiving a Gilded Age Greeting Valentine's card is truly a memorable experience to cherish forever.

"I can't think of anything as romantic as this unique and heartfelt keepsake."