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Mon, 02 Jan 2012

Ring with 2,525 Diamonds Sets World Record

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By Erika W.

The "Tsarevna Swan" has entered the Guinness World Records for having the most fully faceted diamonds set into one "wearable" ring. The ring is comprised of 2,525 diamonds of G color and VVS-VS clarity weighing 10.48 carats total.

The ring was created by Lobortas Classic Jewelry House in the Ukraine with diamonds supplied by Shrenuj & Co., an Indian diamond and jewelry manufacturer and DTC Sightholder.

Crafted in 18k white gold, the ring weighs a whopping 44.72 grams. Lobortas has priced the piece at $1.3 million.


Tsarevna Swan Ring sets Guinness World Record
Photo: Shrenuj & Co.

The "Tsarevna Swan" is made of 2,525 diamonds and holds the Guinness World Record for the most diamonds set into one ring. The ring is currently on view in Kiev and is expected to go on a world tour.



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