The least expensive item on the registry was a $12.50 cloth napkin, while a Baccarat "Cosmos" crystal vase priced at $7,850 tipped the other end of the scale.
Khloe Kardashian has joked that her sister Kim's wedding is "going to be royal wedding number two."
For the real royal wedding, Prince William and Kate Middleton asked for charitable donations in lieu of wedding gifts. Not so for Hollywood royal, Kardashian and her soon-to-be husband NBA star Humphries.
This is a list for a couple who already has everything. They registered for the $840 "Havana" crystal ashtray, though neither smokes.
Also in the extravagant category: two Lalique nudes at $325 each and Lalique's "Wisdom" set of three "See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil" figurines, priced at $735 though they're only three inches high.
Like other soon-to-be married couples they registered for dinnerware, only theirs is designed by Hermes, and any size plate will set you back at least $100. The cereal bowls are $155 and the cups and saucers, $225 each. Kardashian and Humphries are asking for 18 of each.
Then there's the flatware: $200 for a five-piece setting by Christofle. That's the everyday stuff. For dinner parties, the couple has requested Buccellati's Torchon pattern in sterling silver at a cool $1,600 for a five-piece setting.
The glassware is mostly Baccarat. They're asking for 24 red and white wine goblets and champagne flutes. For the bar, there's a selection of Baccarat tumblers and Christofle shot glasses, pitchers, decanters and an ice bucket to choose from.
According to the registry, the date of their nuptials is listed at Oct. 31, 2011, though the actual date is probably being kept under wraps.
Still, the presents are starting to come in. Already purchased: the $380 Baccarat jam jar, a couple plates, bowls and some flatware.