Ring with more than 12,000 diamonds sets Guinness World Record

Guinness World Records says all diamonds are conflict-free

Holy bling, Batman.

There’s a new Guinness World Record for the largest number of diamonds on a single ring: it’s 12,638.

It breaks the previous record by nearly 5,000 diamonds.

Harshit Bansal, founder of Renani Jewels in Meerut, India, set the new record with this impressive design on Dec. 21.

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The ring is named the Marigold, or “the Ring of Prosperity.”

It has a circular band with an ornate floral design, weighs nearly six ounces and the stones are 38-carat natural diamonds.

Guinness World Records says all the diamonds are conflict-free.

Bansal said he was first inspired to break the diamond-studded record in 2018, while studying jewelry design in Surat, India.

Two years later, his company completed the ring design.