The white shirt is made of Egyptian cotton. It boasts seven diamonds on the studs and cufflinks. According to its manufacturer, Swedish shirt-making company named Eton, the Diamond Shirt has been created to commemorate the company's 80th anniversary.
The design of the most expensive shirt has been inspired by the traditional "old school" style front. It pays tribute to the art deco era in the end of the 1920s when the company's name was changed from intricate "Skjortfabriken Special" to its present-day name that is obviously much easier to pronounce.
Zance Yianni of the Sackville & Jones fashion accessories design firm dealt with designing the dress stud set and cufflinks.
The dress studs set includes five white centers with black enamel outlines, as well as 2.5mm diamonds of a variety of colors.
The cufflinks acquired similar designs, but sparkling with 4mm white diamonds.
The Diamond Shirt may be currently found on display at the menswear department of Harrods.
The opening bid makes up 5,000 Euro. The proceeds from the shirt's sale will be donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
The winner of the auction will soon get a call from an Eton Shirts tailor entrusted with the task to take the happy shirt's owner's measurements to make sure the Diamond Shirt fits him just perfectly.
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