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One of the most important aspects of the Harry Winston design DNA is the ability to transform diamonds and precious gemstones into one-of-a-kind creations, through exceptional techniques in craftsmanship and design. Throughout its history, the House of Harry Winston  had the opportunity to explore different artistic influences, which have helped to shape and define its fine jewelry aesthetic. In fact, Mr. Winston was known to hire classically trained artists to work as jewelry designers, because they had an innate understanding of the aspects that brought fine jewelry to life. Masterful design is transformative, as exceptional stones are vividly reimagined as jewels of distinction. Drawing inspiration from the House’s vast archives, Harry Winston designers execute the extraordinary vision and expertise of the "King of Diamonds," himself.

Harry Winston Designs
Harry Winston’s most iconic and beloved collections are realized with inspiration from the House’s vast design archives, home to over 100,000 unique drawings and sketches. These historical references include the 1940s and 1950s designs that spurred the iconic Lily Cluster and Sunflower collections. Icons from the House’s flagship at 718 Fifth Avenue, including the gilded front gate and the lozenge-shaped vitrines, are the basis for the Winston Gates and Diamond Links collections. With every introduction, the legacy of Harry Winston is reimagined and brought to life through contemporary designs that endure, inspire and enchant.
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