The Guinness World Record for the most diamonds set on a watch has been given to Renani Jewels. The new “Srinika” design from the upscale jewellery company includes 17,524 naturally hand-cut diamonds.
The business posted a statement on Facebook that read, “Srinika is not just a watch; it is a feeling as Renani promised. This is and will be the unique piece of time jewellery in the cosmos.” “The mythology of ancient India served as inspiration for this beauty. Srinika, which is the name of the flower that resides in Lord Vishnu’s heart, also represents Goddess Lakshmi, the Supreme Goddess of Fortune. Every single diamond is meticulously examined and found to be naturally EF coloured and VVS clear. Additionally, these are the finest diamonds ever utilised in jewellery.
The 0.72 carat solitary solitaire diamond in the watch is D in colour and VVS in clarity. It also combines traditional and modern design elements. The watch weighs 373.03 grammes and contains 54.70 carats of naturally occurring hand-cut diamonds. It is studded with 113 natural blue sapphires.
The International Gemological Institute validated the watch, according to information posted on the website of the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council. The brand Renani Jewels, which has its headquarters in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, has won a Guinness World Record for having the most diamonds placed in a single ring.