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Mushroom-Inspired Ring With 24,679 Diamonds Breaks Guinness World Record July 26, 2022 (0 comments)

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London, United Kingdom--SWA Diamonds, an India-based designer, has set a new record in the Guinness Book of World Records by creating a mushroom-inspired ring featuring 24,679 diamonds.

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"The mushroom represents immortality and longevity," Abdul Gafur Anadiyan, Managing Director at SWA Diamonds, told GWR.

The announcement notes that SWA Diamonds has named the ring "Ami," which is Sanskrit for immortality, adding that the piece was created to draw attention to the brand.

It took three months to complete the ring. The computer-aided-design (CAD) was 3D printed. The team then poured gold into the 3D-printed mold before placing each natural diamond piece by hand on the base of the 41 unique mushroom petals.

The ring is valued at $95,243 and weighs about three-quarters of a pound.

Read more on Guinness World Records.

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