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Goldsmith crafts gold ‘World Cup’ trophies with best wishes

Gold World Cup Trophies
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Bengaluru: The cricket World Cup excitement is sweeping the nation ahead of today’s match. Wishing India success in the tournament. In the midst of this, a Bengaluru-based goldsmith has crafted a unique gold World Cup with special well-wishes.

Nagaraj Revankar, a devoted cricket enthusiast and goldsmith, has crafted three gold World Cup trophies, expressing his optimism for India’s victory today. In his tribute to Team India, Nagaraj has created a set of three World Cups, each weighing four grams and 880 milligrams, measuring two centimeters, with one gram in 22 carats and another in 680 milligrams.

However, the wishcup is crafted in gold, while the bats are fashioned in silver. The stumps are coated in gold. The first World Cup bat bears the inscription ‘Kapil Dev’ (1983), the second bat features ‘MS Dhoni’ (2011), and the third bat carries the message ‘All the Best India.’

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