The World Series of Poker has inspired many amateurs to try their hand at the game. Today, the organization has announced a collaboration with Richard Mille to produce an official bracelet for the “Big One For One Drop” tournament, which is set to take place from July 1 to July 3 in Las Vegas.
The tournament is highly regarded as one of the world’s most prestigious, and it’s one-million-dollar entry fee is the highest in the history of the game. All profits from the tournament will be paid to the One Drop Foundation, which works to provide third world countries with access to water.
As such, the bracelet will feature a beautiful water droplet-shaped diamond set in sapphire crystal, which has a thickness of 4/10. Mille had the entire piece assembled, cambered and enameled by hand, with the whole assembly taking no less than 120 hours to complete.
Needless to say, this isn’t your average bracelet. Unfortunately, it is also one that money can’t – unless, of course, the winner decides to put it on eBay.