American jeweler Harry Winston was among the most noted jewelers in the world. In the 1953 musical film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, the song “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” includes the spoken interjection “Talk to me, Harry Winston, tell me all about it!
Harry Winston, the founder of the eponymous jewelry house, was always captivated by the splendor of the natural world and today, it continues to serve as an enduring inspiration for designers of the American luxury jeweler and producer of Swiss timepieces.
The Winston Garden, now in full bloom with lilies, sunflowers, forget-me-nots and lotus, exudes a delicate and timeless beauty that is synonymous with Harry Winston design.
This year, Harry Winston continues to honor the luxury jewelry founder’s love of nature with the addition of the Forget-Me-Not motif in pink and blue sapphire.
“We cordially invite you to discover the Winston Garden in full bloom with exquisite selection of delicate daytime jewels, including necklace, pendant, earrings, bracelet and ring. Visit our participating salons* on Saturdays and Sundays between July 27th and August 19th, when Winston Florists will create a Winston Bouquet for you,” says the luxury jewelry.
Lily Cluster by Harry Winston, Diamond Sautoir Necklace in Yellow Gold
Creating fine jewelry designs inspired by nature has been a Harry Winston tradition since 1932. From the House’s iconic Lily Cluster Collection, this diamond necklace celebrates the enchanting beauty of lilies in bloom through a fluid design of contemporary elegance. The fresh florals adorning this yellow gold necklace shine day or night. 240 round brilliant diamonds weighing a total of 1.53 carats, set in 18K yellow gold.
“The Forget-Me-Not collection captures the energy and grace of nature’s most incredible wildflower in jewelform, ” wrote vanityfair.com.
“Designed to be a delicate and feminine assortment of daytime jewels, the collection consists of a necklace,pendant, earrings, bracelet, ring and charm, each crafted of round brilliant, pear-shaped, and marquise-cutstones that together form a beautiful flower.”
Following the House’s longstanding tradition of marrying nature’s beauty with the world’s most magnificent gemstones, Winston designers, led by the late Maurice Galli, reimagine nature’s most captivating wildflower through an enchanting new collection. The Forget-Me-Not collection celebrates the graceful silhouette of its namesake bloom through a line of delicate daytime jewels — necklace, pendant, earrings, bracelet, ring, and charm — and features an exquisite medley of round brilliant, pear-shaped, and marquise-cut diamonds that together reveal the beautiful flower. Bringing a fresh perspective to a perennial favorite, each of the seven designs in this floral collection adds an unparalleled warmth and radiance to any occasion.
Harry Winston Emerald in 18K yellow gold marks the return of yellow gold in watchmaking
The highly successful Emerald Collection welcomes an elegant model in yellow gold – a first for Harry Winstontimepieces.
Presented in an 18-karat yellow gold case, the new Emerald timepiece marks a departure at the House, fromrose and white gold timepieces to the return of yellow gold in watchmaking. The contrasting dark dial appeals towomen who value the everyday practicality of a reliable timepiece, but also want the hallmark sparkle that HarryWinston brings to the wrist.
The Harry Winston Emerald timepiece is presented with a matching double tour gray satin strap and is attached to the wrist with a yellow gold ardillon buckle set with 11 brilliant-cut diamonds. For a fine jewelry touch, the timepiece is also available with a supple Milanese bracelet in 18-karat yellow gold that sits perfectly on the wrist. Beautifully crafted, the woven gold bracelet features 103 brilliant-cut diamonds set around the tiny adjustment holes.
Designed to be worn on a daily basis, the Harry Winston Emerald timepiece is equipped with a precision Swiss quartz movement for carefree maintenance and is water-resistant up to 3 bar.