Coronet Jewellery Wins Guinness World Records Title for “most diamonds set on a watch.” 15,858 diamonds Total
Aron Shum, principal of the Hong Kong-based Coronet company, established yet another Guinness World Record, this time for a watch set with most diamonds.
The feat was achieved during the earlier this month during Baselworld, the prestigious Swiss watch and jewelry trade fair.
It is Coronet’s 9th Guinness World Records title.
The ‘Mudan’ diamond watch features 5,858 diamonds. The 18-karat gold watch features a diamond painting by artist Reena Ahluwalia’s on the dial.
The watch is inspired by Peonies, as they symbolize nobility, honor and wealth. Reena’s diamond painting on the dial represents the shining nobility that we carry within. Peony (Mudan) is known as the ‘King of the flowers’ in the Chinese culture”, the company said in a media release.
Coronet is already a proud title holder of previous 8 Guinness World Records for innovative diamond creations, including the most valuable Guitar featuring 1.6kg of 18K gold and 400 carats of diamonds.