In the recently published special edition of Wanted Watches, Jewellery and Luxury 2019/20, we erroneously posed a competition question that refers to only one of the six covers of this magazine. That means those readers who received one of the other covers would not have been able to find the answer.
Wanted apologises for this error and would like to clarify the answer:
The question for the competition on page 103 of the magazine is: How many diamonds are there in the earrings on the Van Deijl Jewellers cover.
The correct answer is: The earrings on the Van Deijl cover contain 168 calibrated diamonds (totalling 1.18ct).
Here are the details of the competition, sponsored by the Jewellery Council of South Africa, if you would like to enter:
This pair of shepherd’s hook drop earrings with six round brilliant-cut and four baguette-cut diamonds (totalling 0.50ct) in 18kt rose gold worth R30,000.
TO ENTER: SMS the keywords “Jewellery Council”, together with your answer to the question, your full name and email address to 33279. The SMS costs R1.50.
CLOSING DATE: February 3 2020
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
SMS charged at R1.50. Errors billed. The competition started at 8am on October 27 2019 and ends at 8am on January 31 2020. The prize must be taken up (or rejected) as awarded and cannot be transferred to any other person, sold or converted to cash. The competition is open to all residents of South Africa over 18 years of age, except employees of the Tiso Blackstar Group or the Jewellery Council of South Africa. Your contact details will be kept private and not used for any marketing purposes.
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