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Ring Sets Guinness World Record With 6,690 Diamonds

It’s valued at $4M+

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There’s a new Guinness World Record for “most diamonds set in one ring.”

The title goes to a lotus-shaped ring with 6,690 diamonds. With dozens of diamond-encrusted petals, is said to be worth more than $4.1 million.

It was created in India by jewelers Khushbu Agarwal and Vishal Agarwal and Hanumant Diamonds artisans.

The record was previously held by Savio Jewellery’s Peacock Ring, which boasts 3,827 cut diamonds.

The ring weighs 58 grams. The record was verified on May 9.

Read more at Guinness World Records

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