With a quarter of a million dollars, you could buy a lot of things.

You could purchase a home, a super-fancy car or a college education for your kids. Or, if you're feeling a little more adventurous, you could always go on a shopping spree at Hammacher Schlemmer and buy that submarine shaped like a killer whale that you've always wanted.

But if you already have all these things and just can't imagine what you're going to do with that $250,000 in loose change you have lying around, then this uber-splurge item might just be for you.

Jewelry couturier Azature -- the self-described "Black Diamond King" -- is now producing a one-of-a-kind bottle of diamond-infused nail polish, Fashionista reports.

Containing 267 carats of black diamonds, this luxe lacquer will set buyers back a quarter of a million dollars.

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The Hollywood-based Azature, whose jewelry has adorned stars such as Rihanna and Beyonce, has called the black diamond the "ultimate fine jewel."

"One day I thought, 'Why not showcase this style on nails?' So I developed a Black Diamond Nail Polish with the same attention and quality as my jewelry in order to preserve the elegance of the black diamond," he said in a press release.

With its hefty price tag, Azature claims its valuable varnish is the "most expensive nail polish in the world," usurping the $130,000 Gold Rush couture nail polish that British jeweler Models Own released last year, Fashionista notes.

Want the glitter without the gold? For the 99%, Azature is also offering a department store version for $25. According to an Azature spokesperson, this wallet-friendly version has a real black diamond in each bottle. It will be available at Fred Segal in August.

For other ridiculous things that wealthy people spend money on, click through this slideshow:

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  • Install ATM Machine In Kitchen

    The super-rich enjoy having money at their finger tips. NBA star DeShawn Stevenson didn't like the idea of having to find an <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/31/deshawn-stevenson-atm-in-kitchen_n_1558565.html?ref=money" target="_hplink">ATM machine to withdraw cash</a>, so he put one in his kitchen.

  • Build Emergency Rooms In Homes

    Some <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/16/concierge-medicine_n_1353155.html" target="_hplink">super-rich households bypass</a> the long waiting room lines at hospitals by constructing emergency rooms -- costing over $1 million -- in their own homes.

  • Buy Submarine To Visit Ocean's Deepest Part

    No place is off-limits to the super-rich. <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/03/19/submarines-super-rich_n_1365014.html" target="_hplink">Billionaire film director James Cameron bought</a> a single-person submarine to venture seven miles below sea level to the deepest part in the ocean.

  • Receive Psychological Wealth Counseling

    Some <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/11/wealth-counseling-banks-super-rich_n_1417351.html" target="_hplink">super-rich bank clients pay for therapists</a> to help them deal with the psychological issues associated with having lots of money.

  • Get Doomsday-Safe Underground Luxury Condo

    Super-rich buyers plan to survive the world's end in luxury condos<a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/04/11/super-rich-doomsday-shelter_n_1417895.html" target="_hplink"> built in a Cold War-era missile</a> shaft below a Kansas prairie.

  • Purchase Ballistic Shield Briefcases

    The super-rich spend on ways to <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/30/super-rich-protection_n_1556322.html" target="_hplink">protect themselves and their stuff. China's Leison Global </a>made a briefcase that turns into a ballistic shield. It's meant to safeguard rich businessmen and women.

  • Buy Humongous Private Planes

    Rich people seem to hate lines, including the long security ques at airports. Like many wealthy people who have their own private jet, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/06/alisher-usmanov-russian-facebook-airbus-a340_n_1574425.html?1339002993" target="_hplink">Russian billionaire Alisher Usmanov also bought</a> one. But his is an AirBus A340, the largest one in Russia and quite possibly the whole of Europe.

  • Throw Paper Planes Made Out Of Money

    The super-rich can throw away money -- quite literally. Pavel Durov, the millionaire owner of the popular Russian social networking site VKontakte, <a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/30/pavel-durov-russian-millionaire-throws-money-paper-planes_n_1557404.html" target="_hplink">tossed 5,000 ruble notes folded</a> into paper planes out of his office window onto a crowd in St. Petersburg.

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