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Design for the ultimate poker-chip


#1

Three weeks ago I submitted a design for the ultimate poker-chip. It
has a value of $288,000.00 containing 30+ carats of VS1, D-E
coloured, round diamonds.

The “estimated G. I.A. appraisal” could be well over $432,000.00. I
should have the Guinness World Record notification result by end of
this month or early May.

It will be mfg’ered in 22kt, Rose-Gold!

A gold-plated silver prototype just for photographic purposes, is now
going to be at my caster. Already there is some interest with many
"jewellery portals", these sites look for the unusual! I just hate
the mundane and cheap boring stuff!

Remember, “think and create things outside of the box!” A Canadian
trade magazine is waiting to promote this across Canada. Sorry, no
pictures yet.

Gerry!


#2

Hi Gerald

not being rude here but get with the program, that is small bickies.

One of Australia’s billionaires, Kerry Packer, was in a US casino
with a Texan, so the story goes, Texan going off about being worth $10
million. Kerry said “Flip you for it.”

That means toss a coin heads or tales for $10 million. The Texan
shut up then.

Gerald I know you have the skills and knowledge, go for the million
dollar chip.

There are a few hundred Asian high rollers who would want one.

Don’t sell yourself short, do us on Orchid proud my friend.

I am thinking fine gold with a good Aussie pink diamond would do it.

I don’t know about American casinos but here in Oz millions cross
the table.

PS Gerald if you sell a couple of hundred chips for a million I
would not mind a kick back half a million would do LOL.

Seriously great idea, and hope it works for you.

While talking luxe items, I read on a Boucheron site that the ladies
buy high jewellery like their husbands collect sports cars, think
Dino Ferrari etc.

Richard


#3

good luck Gerry. just wondering why not a very green coloured green
gold? perhaps its my own reaction to the flood of 'rose/pink/red"
gold stuff - even filled material trending right now…


#4

Congratulations to Orchidian Gerald Lewy

Always giving generous advice. Gerry just set a Guinness World
Record making the most valuable poker chip ever made at an appraised
price of $450,000. Pretty cool!

Lisa (Shout out to our Colorado Orchidians: Stay safe, stay dry!


#5
Always giving generous advice. Gerry just set a Guinness World
Record making the most valuable poker chip ever made at an
appraised price of $450,000. Pretty cool! 

Congrats Gerry! That’s awesome!

Elaine
CreativeTextureTools.com