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IGI Certifies World Record Watch with 17,524 Diamonds

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I wanted to share this interesting jewelry news which you may have read reported by Guinness World Record

NEWS: 
The International Gemological Institute (IGI) certified a record-breaking diamond watch by Renani Jewels (India). The diamond watch broke the Guinness World Records title for the most diamonds set on a watch.

DETAILS:
The watch is named Srinkia – the watch of good fortunes. Inspired by ancient Indian mythology, Srinkia means flower and has 17,512 natural, hand-cut white diamonds and 12 black diamonds. It features a single solitaire diamond of 0.72 carats, D color and VVS clarity as well as 113 natural blue sapphires and 54.70 carats of natural hand cut diamonds set in 14K gold. 

Every diamond was precisely tested by IGI as natural, EF color and VVS-VS clarity.

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