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Coronet Diamond Portrait Painting Unveiled

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Aaron Shum Jewelry has collaborated with Canadian jewelry designer and diamond painter Reena Ahluwalia in launching Coronet portrait painting to showcase this patented diamond setting technique.

“It is our pleasure to work with Reena; her unprecedented talent in jewelry design and diamond painting is surely going to bring many new exciting elements to the industry,” Aaron Shum said.

The parties unveiled the Coronet portrait painting on Sept. 15 at the Aaron Shum Jewelry Booth during the Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair. In addition to the Coronet portrait painting, the exhibition featured Ahluwalia’s seven art pieces from the Diamond Portrait Series and the Diamond Portal Series in Hong Kong for the first time, including three of her latest creations: Heart of Gold, Pure Heart and Passionate Heart. The parties also announced a jewelry design collaboration to be launched in Vicenza Oro 2017.

Ahluwalia paints highly nuanced, hyper-realistic diamonds with ultra-magnified facets. One of her paintings was featured on the cover of World Diamond Magazine.

The Coronet portrait is a highly detailed acrylic-painting on a 48-inch by 48-inch canvas completed in 45 days.

Ahluwalia said: “Having long admired Aaron Shum as an innovator and creator of the Coronet, I am thrilled to collaborate with Aaron Shum Jewelry on two of my passions – jewelry design innovation and diamond storytelling through my paintings.”

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Coronet is the signature brand of Aaron Shum Jewelry. Each piece of Coronet made from seven high-caliber diamonds set with no prongs holding the center diamond.

Aaron Shum Jewelry and jewelry designer/painter Reena Ahluwalia unveiled the Coronet portrait painting on Sept. 15

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