Other than those little novelty items, I think the most outrageous is a Burberry Mini-cooper (I think, or maybe a VW Bug). Â Others include silver baby-feeding spoons by Hermes (or maybe Tiffany), custom bicycle seats and leather handle cover by Hermes, Louis Vuitton soccer ball with carrier, a brush to clean your hair brush by Kent the royal brush maker .... .. ... .. .... The pharmarcy across from Dunhill on Jermyn Street (Bengal: what's the name? My head is in a swirl...) has a huge collection of shoe horns in different lengths, mostly done in horn. Â They are very beautiful. Â Game sets are actually not novelty items. Â They have been around for centuries. Â There are actually specialized makers for chess pieces and boards (their names escaped my mind at present), mostly done on wood, as the selection of the best looking wood and woodgrain is important. Â The same goes for Chinese Mahjong sets. Â For centuries, game sets from chess to backgammon sets are an essential item in a gentleman's library or study. Â Prada and Gucci (and others) don't actually make those things; again they are contracted out to specific makers, though in all faireness I think they are more of novelty than art when custom ordered by Gucci (and others).