We cannot speak for everyone, but there are a number of items that are considered our diamond masterpieces:
The Diamond Skull
Inspired by Damien Hirst’s diamond skull “For the Love of God”, we made our own variation from a Gorilla skull. This skull is set with over twice as many diamonds with a total of over 17,000 brilliant diamonds.
The Diamond Katana
Japanese Sword of Murano glass with 1967 diamonds and 494 rubies on yellow and white gold. This solid piece of glass is molded into its final shape by hand at a temperature of 1200 degrees Celcius.
It was called European Champions’ Championship and from 1986 was renamed to European Community Championship (ECC). Its nickname was “Gold Racquet” because if a player won the tournament three times within a 5 year span, he would receive also a special trophy, a life-size, 13.2-pound gold racquet, studded with 1,420 diamonds valued at $1,000,000.
Only one person has achieved the in the history of the Diamond Games. In 2007, Amelie Mauresmo was able to take this piece of art home with her after 2 very close sets against Kim Clijsters.
Van Gogh – Starry Night
We have recreated a replica of Van Gogh’s famous painting, the “Starry Night”, set with 500 brilliant cut diamonds to admire.