ANELLI, news — July 7, 2018 at 4:00 am

The record ring with 6690 diamonds

Here is the ring with more diamonds set: they are 6690 and entered the Guinness Book of Records ♦ ︎

Jewels are not just objects created for the pleasure of being worn. They are also made to amaze. Indeed, to conquer the Guinness Book of Records. Two Indian jewelers have succeeded, Vishal Agarwal and Khushbu Agarwal, who have conquered the Guinness World Record for the highest number of diamonds set in a ring. Their record is 6,690 diamonds set in a large ring with the shape of the flower most loved by the Indians, the lotus.
The stones are set on an 18-carat rose gold ring with 48 petals. The jewel has an estimated value of over 4.1 million dollars and weighs just over 58 grams.
The Indian jewelers have beaten the previous record, which was since 2015 by Savio Jewelery with a Peacock ring with 3827 diamonds.
Vishal Agarwal created the design of the ring and Khushbu Agarwal, owner of Hanumant Diamonds, produced the piece. It took six months to design and create.
It is not immediately clear why, according to the Guinness World Records, the ring was inspired by the desire to raise awareness on the importance of water conservation. Agree that the lotus grows in swamps, lakes and ponds, but the ring seems more inspired by the desire to enter the record book. It succeeded. Giulia Netrese

L'anello record con 6690 diamanti
L’anello record con 6690 diamanti

This sparkling ring features 6,690 cut diamonds set on 36 petals of a golden flower by Indian craftsmen Vishal Agarwal and Khushbu Agarwal 💍✨ "We crafted 'The Lotus Ring' to depict the beauty growing in water. Another motivation of choosing lotus as our theme is that the lotus is the national flower of India." 💎 "The ring is created in 18 karat pink [rose] gold, weighing a total of 58.176 gms, and studded with 6690 round brilliant cut diamonds of E 8: F Color, WS clarity, weighing 16.42 carat." ______________________________________________________ #ring #jewelry #jewelrydesigner #jewelrymaking #diamonds #diamondring #gold #goldring #lotus #flower #guinnessworldrecords #officiallyamazing #officiallyamazing #bling #rosegold

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