Salem Al Shuaibi Jewellery (UAE) recently put on a record-breaking jewellery display in the United Arab Emirates.
They achieved the largest display of jewellery, which consisted of 50,000 items which were laid out in the Sharjah Expo Centre, Sharjah, UAE.
The display collection was worth a whopping 1.3 billion Dhs (£260 million; $353 million) and took place in the 48th Middle East Watch and Jewellery Exhibition.
Salem Al Shuaibi Jewellery is a company established in Abu Dhabi, the capital of UAE back in 1974.
The company manufactures and trades a wide range of jewellery as well as diamonds and luxury watches.
The event saw many visitors from different backgrounds and nationalities.
"With determination, organization and management with continuous cooperation, supervision and the solidarity of all the company's cadres. We were able to achieve this honorable achievement. Excellence is a title for us." - Salem Al Shueibi, founder of Salem Al Shuaibi Jewellery
"We launched a slogan of 50-50-50 in June as the numbers are explained by words and actions."
"50 years of [the UAE], achievements and diligence with our leadership and bright minds. 50 [years] - a legacy made by Salem Al Shueibi Foundation for jewellery; and 50 thousand pieces of jewellery collected in one place to achieve a Guinness World Records title."
Looking for some more ‘golden’ records? Here are a few more:
Most expensive gold shirt: 9,835,099 Indian rupees ($161,354 USD, £95,856 GBP). It was bought by Pankaj Subhash Parakh (India)
Largest gold bathtub: 154.2 kg (339 lbs 15 oz), achieved by Huis Ten Bosch Co., Ltd. (Japan).
Largest gold ring: 82.2 kg (181.2 lbs), Created by Mokingran Jewelry Group Co., Ltd (China). The massive ring was made with 24-karat gold. It has a diameter of 79.28 cm (31.2 inches).