Vertu is a London-based maker of mobile phones that spun out of Nokia in the late 1990s.
At its factory, a half dozen people sit around a room in white lab coats assembling feature phones and smartphones with fancy materials like leather and gold. Every phone is built by one worker from start to finish.
Then the phones are sold for prices as high as $US15,000.
Here’s one. You should go see the rest, of course.