Harry Winston

Legendary jeweler Harry Winston was fascinated by the rarity and beauty of exceptional diamonds, and he spent the better part of his life tracking them down. He established his company as the premier American source for glamorous diamond jewelry and was one of the first to drape celebrities in jewels on the red carpet in the 1950s. Signature Style: Striking yet classic diamond jewelry including its familiar wreath diamond necklace and large diamond rock rings, pendant necklaces, and drop earrings.

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