The emirate of Sharjah is currently housing the largest gold ring on the planet and it's more likely to fit around a waist as opposed to a finger. Named the Najmat Taiba (Star of Taiba), the 21-carat piece weighs approximately 64kg and that includes 5.1kg of stones, diamonds and 615 Swarovski crystals.
It took 10 hours a day for 45 days for 55 jewel smiths to complete the piece displayed in Sharjah Centre. Dubai-based company, Najmat Taiba, paid $547,000 to make it 18 years ago but nowadays it's worth a whopping $3million. Back then gold was valued at $250 per ounce however now it has shot up to $1,497.50.