Whoever said a jewellery box can’t shine brightly like the diamonds it contains? The Mouawad Flower of Eternity Jewellery Coffer is one such masterpiece – valued at a staggering US$3.5 million, the coffer has clinched the title of Guinness World Record’s most valuable jewellery box in the world.
The famous house of Mouawad is no stranger to world records, however. The jeweller snagged its first Guinness World Record in 1990, when Robert Mouawad purchased the most expensive single pear-shaped diamond. Titled Mouawad Splendor, the 101.84 carat diamond was worth approximately US$12.76 million. Since then the jewellery house has been awarded the honour about five times, including the most recent record from its glistening, diamond embellished coffer.
Indeed, the Mouawad Flower of Eternity Jewellery Coffer boasts a stunning combination of 18-carat gold and 925 silver, with a dazzling array of 542.39-carat of white and yellow diamonds, 293.24 carat of white and pink sapphires, 20.06 carat of rubies and 1,799.75-carat of lapis lazuli. Three heart shaped petals on the jewellery box’s top symbolizes the house’s signature Flower of Eternity motif, emblazoned with a axiomatic past, present, and future.
The coffer is completely handcrafted and conceptualized by Mouawad’s master artisans. Come into the world of Mouawad