If you are looking for an unusual grill that is simply quite unique, the Kamado grill is the one. Compared by some to the giant Faberge Egg, the Kamado barbecue grills are beautifully hand made in five sizes, and come in four standard colors of sleek mosaic tile – cobalt blue, green, sedona and terra blue. However, many customized premium tile colors are available to match any decor. You can use wood, charcoal, gas, or electricity with Kamado, and obtain a superb taste in a totally uniquely styled grill. Made in California, the grill was invented by an American pilot, Mr. Richard Johnson, who came across a ceramic rice cooker in Japan in the 1960s. Kamado grill prices depend on the size, color, accessories and materials, but expect to spend around $2,000 for the one with standard tile color. Kamado ships its grills practically anywhere in the USA. If you want to look further for more very hard to find grills, check Neatorama for several rare finds.