Gold necklace by Mokingran
Photo credit: Mokingran
A collection of gold jewellery by Chinese brand Mokingran was recently certified by the Guinness World Records as the purest gold jewellery.
According to Mokingran, its exclusively designed and manufactured pure gold Tang Lions series had achieved a purity of up to 999.999 percent, making it the purest gold jewellery, as verified by Guinness.
Brittany Erin Dunn, the Guinness Book of World Records officer for Greater China, certified the record during a ceremony in Beijing in November. Dunn was joined at the event by Zhang Yongtao, China Gold Association vice president and secretary-general; Liu Xiaowei, director of China National Diamond Gold Quality Inspection Center; Liu Changkuan, vice president of China Instrument Analysis branch; and Chinese arts and crafts expert Wang Peng, among other industry stakeholders.
With nearly 2,000 employees and a modern production base, Mokingran said it was the first to develop a non-solder welding technology and 9999 pure gold jewellery. The company processes nearly 100 tonnes of gold jewellery per year. These products are sold to more than 30 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions as well as Hong Kong and Macau.