A Hong Kong-based diamond jewellery brand has used a show in Switzerland to show off the Most diamonds set on a handbag with nearly 10,000 embedded in a Coca-Cola-inspired accessory. 

Coronet® successfully achieved the Guinness World Records title in the main hall of Baselworld 2018 jewellery show.

This Coca-Cola bottle-shaped diamond handbag contains 9,888 pieces of natural diamonds, weighing 120 karats, and took 15 highly skilled craftsmen nearly 100 days to complete, showcasing the utmost creativity and extravagance.

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The bag holds 8,543 black diamonds and 1,345 colourless diamonds.

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This is the third time the jewellers has earned a Guinness World Records title following two other successful attempts in 2015 and 2016 - the Most valuable guitar (with 400 carat diamonds) worth $2 million and Most jewels on a guitar (16,033 well-polished Swarovski gemstones) which was played by Jermaine Jackson. 

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Coronet® is the signature brand of Hong Kong-based Aaron Shum Jewelry Ltd. 

President, Aaron Shum Wan-lung, said:

"Although we have successfully set two Guinness World Records titles before, we continue to challenge ourselves and create the world's top-level diamond art treasures. My team and I are very proud and excited that we have set a new Guinness World Records title again."

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