A white truffle, pictured, was bought at auction last week for £85,000. But what else carries a price tag to make you gasp? See our gallery of pictures... If you spread F Duerr & Son's Fine Cut Seville Orange Marmalade with Whisky, Champagne and Gold on your toast for breakfast, you'll be £76 poorer after you've finished the slice. Made with the finest Seville oranges, this condiment is infused with vintage Dalmore 62 single malt whisky from Whyte & Mackay, valued at £32,000 per bottle, Pol Roger Cuvee Sir Winston Churchill 1996 vintage champagne and edible flakes of 24-carat gold. The ultimate in edible opulence, this diamond-encrusted cake was presented in Beverly Hills at the Luxury Brands Bridal Show in upmarket Rodeo Drive. The cake, created by Mimi So jewellers and cake designer Nahid - La Patisserie Artistique, was protected by a team of uniformed security guards at the show. This diamond-encrusted teabag was made last year by Boodles jewellers to celebrate PG Tips' 75th birthday. The trained taste bud would want to swop all the tea in China for this rare tea leaf from Darjeeling in India. Its pale green, almost white leaves are hand-picked from the buds in the oldest garden in India exclusively at spring time. Five chests containing 55 kg of Makaibari Silver Tips (Imperial) were sold at auction in Calcutta in July 2003. The deal fetched 18,000 Saudi riyals, or £2,517 per kilogram. Sporting signatures from some of the world's greatest musicians, this Fender Stratocaster should be priceless. Mick Jagger, Eric Clapton, Brian May, Jeff Beck, Pete Townsend, Paul McCartney, Sting, Liam Gallagher and Bryan Adams, among others, have all made their mark on this six-string, making its price tag soar well into seven figures. In November 2005, the new Strat was sold at auction in Doha, Qatar, for $2.7 million.