Hong Kong-based Jewelry brand Coronet celebrated its first appearance in Baselworld with a bang: the company partnered with Chow Tai Fook and designer Mark Lui to create a $2 million Diamond Gibson Guitar, and entered the Guinness Book of Records as the maker of the most valuable guitar ever made.
Named “Eden of Coronet”, the guitar is adorned with over 400 carat diamonds set in approximately 1.6kg of 18k gold.
According to Coronet, the guitar took a team of 68 people to produce, adding up to 700 work days to complete.
MUMBAI: P N Gadgil Jewellers today said it wants to scale up its diamond jewellery segment for which the company has set up a separate manufacturing unit.
“Our diamond factory, which has a capacity to produce 5,000 pieces a month, will design unique hand-made diamond jewelleries that will amalgamate with evolving market.
“This new venture is just the beginning. There’s a lot to be done,” P N Gadgil Jewellers Chairman and Managing Director Saurabh Gadgil said in a release issued here.
Gadgil diamond factory is a new business venture that will increase the diamond jewellery production by four times, he added.
“Eighty per cent of the jewellery manufactured in the diamond factory will be retailed in the domestic market and the rest 20 per cent will be exported,” Gadgil said.
It will present a variety of designs in gold jewellery with diamond settings and the designs will include exquisite handmade diamond jewellery crafted with beautiful solitaires, and diamonds in micro settings.
All diamonds used will be certified by GIA, ICI, SGL certification, justifying their standards in terms of quality.