3,827 diamonds in a ring win the Guinness World Record certification
Peacock ring crafted by the Savio Jewelry has more diamonds than any other. The company was inspired by the Guinness World Record holder diamond ring set with 2,525 diamonds, thus decided to make something exclusive and ended making a ring embedded with 3,827 diamonds. Verified on the 4th September 2015, the ring in total weighs 50.42 g.
Inspired from the Guinness World Record holder diamond ring embedded with 2,525 diamonds, Savio Jewelry company set a new record with its beautifully crafted diamond ring embedded with 3,827 cut diamonds. Affirmed on the 4th September 2015 the estimated market value of the ring was £1,778,879 and on the date of the verification, its market value was £18064406. The total carat value of 16.5 the most cut diamonds ranges from 0.003 cts. to 01 cts. Abhishek Sand, the Indian Jewelry brand, Savio’s partner stated that ring was first designed in CAD in a peacock shape, and then with different iterations, the company finally got it in good order. He further stated that they were just putting diamonds on the body and the shank, but then they changed the idea and put the on the front and back. Sand too stated, finding all ideal cuts of diamonds took three months and held VVS to VS clarity along with the EFG color. He clearly expressed that getting through to Guinness was another challenge, as they had to fill out the form of 100 page with two witness statements. They faced the communication problem and at last after three years of talking, the ring was certified and officially took the record. Savio expects to unveil it at the 2016 JCK Las Vegas show.