In Avengers: Infinity War, there’s a scene where Thanos speaks to young version of Gamora after he snapped his fingers with the Infinity Gauntlet, “flipping” half the lives in the universe out of existence. “What did it cost you?” she asks. He answers, “Everything.” “Everything” is probably more than $25 million, but that’s what it’ll cost you to get a real-life replica of the gauntlet, filled with gems.

Seriously: Marvel and East Continental Gems just unveiled the priciest MCU collectible at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con: the Infinity Collection of Gemstones. The six stones — Time, Space, Reality, Mind, Power, and Soul — were presented at SDCC where they were displayed in a custom Infinity Gauntlet. Only 300 of these limited edition precious stones have been issued.

The six rare precious stones have a combined weight of 150 carats, are sourced from different parts of the world, and are estimated to be valued at over $25 million.


Below is a description of each stone in the gauntlet:

Time Stone – a 23-carat natural Colombian emerald with documentation from four prestigious gemology laboratories.
Space Stone – a 30-carat Madagascan sapphire.
Reality Stone – a 15-carat oval-shaped natural ruby from Mozambique.
Power Stone – a 35-carat oval-shaped natural amethyst.
Soul Stone – a cushion-shaped Spessartite that’s over 35 carats.
Mind Stone – a rectangular brilliant cut yellow diamond that is a little under 35 carats.

If you’ve got $25 million to spare, you can head over to ECG where you can register for the Genesis versions of the Infinity Gem collection when it becomes available for purchase this September.

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