How many diamonds can be set in a ring?

This is my first post for Trivia/Top Tips Tuesday, in our new blogging schedule. Today it’s Trivia, this is straight from Guinness Book of Records, follow link HERE to see picture that relates to this article.

What is the largest number of diamonds that have been set into a single ring?

Before reading the answer, have a guess – hint, it’s MORE than 1,000!!!

The most cut diamonds set into one ring is 2,525, in the ring “Tsarevna Swan”. It was created by the Lobortas Classic Jewelry House (Ukraine) and was presented and measured in Kiev, Ukraine, on 21 July 2011.

WOW!!

NO diamonds here, 12 coral beads in this stunning pendant, loaded onto our website yesterday, www.sebasilver.com – The Sea Urchin Collection 2012.
Hope you have a great week. Ruth

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About Seba Silver

In June 2011 my wife and I opened a small store on the beautiful Dalmatian Island of Korcula. Our store (Seba Dizajn) showcases stunning filigree jewellery, all work is made on site offering you the fascinating chance to see filigree jewellery being made. Visit us at www.sebasilver.com to see and purchase some of our filigree jewellery. The Seba family have been working, and creating beautiful pieces of filigree jewellery for over 500 years.
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6 Responses to How many diamonds can be set in a ring?

  1. I prefer the 12 coral beads to the 2,525 diamonds!

  2. Helz-Design says:

    i also prefer the corals – looks great
    with the ring: i would always fear to stitch myself!

    nothing wrong with one or 2 diamonds but who needs over 2000?

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