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(Photos: theguardian.com; houzz.com)

Gwyneth Paltrow has been known to have expensive (healthy) taste—and she shows it every year with Goop’s gift guide.

But this year’s guide takes it to a new level, with the inclusion of a $4,739 gold juicer (pictured near a $370 champagne bucket, which presumably could keep your green juice nicely chilled).

The juicer is made by Easy Health Angel and usually only comes in silver, according to New York magazine (so this one is, like, really special).

Of course, if you’re inspired by the idea of shiny juice appliances, NutriBullet makes a silver model, and Vitamix sells a stainless-steel version of its machine—which everyone used to think was pricey, until now. —Molly Gallagher

 

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