The luxe life: gold-plating the world, one object at a time
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Laban Roomes founded Goldgenie over 20 years ago and won support on TV show Dragon’s Den for his portable plating process. Since then, the firm has gold-plated just about anything you could imagine.
Giant aluminium-framed cycle, polished and plated in 24k gold. For cyclists who think it is about the bike – and the bling.
Goldgenie was plating Apple products in gold long before Apple introduced its rose-gold option.
Unique Segwheel commissioned for an American TV commercial.
Gold-plated Xbox 360 games console.
A 24k gold tennis racket won’t improve your game, but it’s a great souvenir to remember the most important match of your life.
Golden gun: not James Bond’s original Walther PKK but a replica made by the same gunsmith.
It won’t fly as far as it used to, but this golf ball and tee make a great trophy.
Yes, it’s a real rose, plated in 24k gold.