The most expensive chopsticks in the world right now belongs to the Louis Vuitton VIP Monogram Chopsticks set. This set of chopsticks are probably one of the most stylish utensils to have when eating. This most expensive chopsticks in the world was designed by French conglomerate Louis Vuitton, who was known for his luxury handbags, wallets and other accessories.
He has created this set of the most elegant and most expensive chopsticks for the discerning consumer of Asian cuisine. This set includes two pairs of finely carved, hand-polished rosewood chopsticks, which is supported by the LV monogram engraved in them. Each of this most expensive chopsticks in the world are also carefully sanded and comes in its Monogram Plexi-glass, hinged presentation box.
Chopsticks, including this most expensive chopsticks in the world, are small, often tapered, sticks used in pairs of equal length as the traditional eating utensils of China and its diaspora: Japan, Korea, Vietnam and northern provinces of Laos, Thailand, and Burma. The chopsticks can also be found in some areas of Tibet and Nepal which are close to Han Chinese populations.
It is most commonly made of bamboo or plastic, but is also made of metal, bone, ivory and various types of wood. The pair of sticks is maneuvered in one hand, between the thumb and fingers and used to pick up pieces of food. As for the price, this most expensive chopsticks in the world is tagged about $450.