GoldVish Le Million $1.3 million Guinness World Records certifies this GoldVish phone as the most expensive in the world--1 million euros, or about $1.3 million. The odd-shaped device is made out of 18-carat white gold and features 1,800 diamonds totaling 120 carats. A Russian businessman bought Le Million for his wife last September at a luxury goods fair in Cannes, France. Don't have a spare million for this made-by-request gadget? Geneva-based GoldVish has plenty of expensive phones in its lineup, including models with gold plating and diamond-studded cases. Bucheron for Vertu Cobra $310,000 Parisian jeweler House of Bucheron linked up with Nokia subsidiary Vertu on this limited-edition series of eight cobra phones, which include a two-carat pear-cut diamond, a one-carat round diamond, two emerald eyes and 439 rubies totaling 21 carats. Vertu phones also link up to a special concierge service with information about travel, entertainment, restaurants and events. Other Vertu phones sell between $4,350 and $81,000. Vertu Signature $81,000 Vertu, a subsidiary of Nokia, boasts that it takes expert craftsmen some three years of training to learn how to make its phones. This device, a Vertu Signature, contains 943 diamonds on its bezel and 48 more on its keypad, each set in place by hand in Switzerland. Gresso Black Aura Collection Up to $13,000 Gresso boasts that its Black Aura cellphones are 200 years old--the age of the African Blackwood on each phone's case. GSM phones from the Black Aura line range in price from $6,500 to $13,000; the most expensive model features an 18-carat gold front panel. The company says the phones will be available in the second quarter of 2007.