Gift Guide for Billionaires

DeepFlight Super Falcon Mark II

Get up-close with marine life beneath the surface in the submersible Super Falcon Mark II. The craft plunges underwater and automatically floats back to the surface, meaning you can safely swim beside dolphins and whale watch from the luxury vehicle.


Wilderness Reserve exclusive use

Set in 5000 acres of greenery, the estate is the perfect blend of traditional English countryside and modern amenities. You will stay in a collection of old fashioned manors, farmhouses and cottages, with guests able to fly into the property from London via helicopter. Wilderness also has a series of lakes, ponds and pools, with well over 150 different species of animals roaming free across the grounds.


Benetti Ambrosia

Coming in at a huge 213 feet, the Ambrosia is one of the most glamorous ways to travel by sea. The yacht was designed by renowned French designer, Francois Zuretti, while the elegant Art Deco interior gives the ship a very homely feel.


Core Club Membership

Set in New York City, The Core Club offers a curated selection of experiences from an array of luxury categories. Granting access to the best-known names in luxury — Ferrari, Bulgari Hotels and Wheels Up, to name a few — Core Club also affords members services from cuisine to skin care. The club puts on more than 200 cultural events every year, including exclusive theater previews and sports games.


Lalique Gingko Chandelier

Inspired by the Gingko Biloba tree which symbolizes hope and prosperity, this stunning chandelier is a collaboration between Lalique and Delisle. Handcrafted in France, the ornate cut-crystal design features geometric forms evoking an Art Deco feel, finished with engraved bronze lines. The sparkling chandelier is sure to be the focal point of any room.


Christofle Silver Plated Champagne Cooler Bucket

Gifting a bottle of champagne is much more elegant when paired with a sensational bucket to chill it in. This silver-plated bucket is both a functional way to cool your cuvée as well as a dazzling centerpiece with intricate bird and feather details.


Finn Juhl Chieftain Chair for Niels Vodder

Furnishing a room has never been more regal than with this teak easy chair, designed in 1949. Crafted by Denmark-based cabinetmaker Niels Vodder, the period piece is upholstered in sumptuous original black leather, having first had a place at the estate of Eyvind Bartels some decades ago.

Approximately $163,924,

Norman Rockwell Santa on a Train Saturday Evening Post Cover, 1940

No one depicts Christmas quite as whimsically as Norman Rockwell. This particular image one graced the cover of Saturday Evening Post, showing an off-duty Santa spotted by an eager child. A timeless image, the cover is synonymous with the holiday season.


Dom Perignon x Tokujin Yoshioka

The renowned French house tapped Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka for an interpretation of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009, and the result is a sparkling, prismatic homage to the champagne. The design features the artist’s signature crystal prism in a breathtaking, limited-edition play on the sunlit harvest season.


Cirrus SR22

Staking a claim as the best-selling aircraft in its class, owning this Cirrus means having the freedom to go where you want, when you want. It features a state-of-the-art Cirrus Perspective by Garmin flight deck, and through the Xi program, can be tailored to your tastes from the exterior paint to the seat stiching.

From $609,900,

Cimarron Mountain Club Membership

Get the most out of the ski season with membership to this exclusive property in Colorado. Set between Telluride and Crested Butte, the 1,750-acre private ski resort encompasses more skiable terrain than Aspen and is limited to 15 families. Take to the slopes without crowds and lines, enjoying the snowy terrain nearly to yourself.

$3.2m to buy in plus additional annual feels,