A new case for the iPad 2 is encrusted with diamonds, and inlaid with dinosaur bones.

If owning an iPad 2 isn't luxury enough, you can now enrobe it with perhaps the most decadent case on the market: The Gold History Edition case released by Stuart Hughes. Not only does it boast a back case made of 24ct gold alloy (to make it durable), but the Apple logo is encrusted with 12.5cts of flawless diamonds.

And it only gets more intense. The front of the case is made out of the oldest rock on the planet — 75 million year old Ammolite, sourced form Canada, that is inlaid with shards of 65 million year old T-rex thigh bone, that have been shaved and set into the rock.

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