An iPhone case covered with diamonds. As a stick for lipstick: these are the new Coronet records ♦ ︎
A record, a primacy, a podium, always have a certain effect. But perhaps Aaron Shum, founder of Coronet and president of Aaron Shum Jewelry Limited of Hong Kong does not get too excited: he is accustomed to the primates. A few years ago he presented a electric guitar, unique in the world: a Fender American Deluxe Jazz Bass with 16.033 Swarovski crystals. In 2015 it was the turn of the most precious guitar in the world: a Gibson covered with diamonds weighing 400 carats, 1.6 kilograms of 18 carat gold, worth 2 million dollars. In March he surprised everyone with a bottle shaped Coca-Cola bag studded with 9888 diamonds. And in 2018 he won another best record with an iPhone case covered with 6576 diamonds, weighing 16.95 carats. When we say primacy it is not by way of saying.
At VicenzaOro, Mr. Aaron Shum received the certificate from Guinness World Records.
In fact, it is difficult for anyone to make a cell phone case that is more precious than this. But not only. Because Coronet has also presented another object of primacy: a lipstick, also covered with small diamonds. In this case the diamonds are 2216, for 18.6 carats. Even the lipstick has received a certificate that attests the world record. Coronet, however, also emphasizes the innovative setting, which allows diamonds to float in an absolutely transparent material, which is also used for the manufacture of bullet-proof glass. And this avoids the use of metal prongs.