The Legacy of Harry Winston

Harry Winston is all about the importance of high quality diamonds. Each ring that they have is custom-made for a specific diamond to ensure that every ring is stunning.

The Legacy of Harry Winston

Every diamond is chosen from the best quality grades out there and come with a certificate from the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) who also provide verification that the diamond’s quality is based on the Four Cs. They are then reviewed and graded a second time by Harry Winston’s expert gemologists.

Some of the bestsellers that come from Harry Winston are the round and emerald-cut rings with tapered baguette side stones, as well as “The One” micropavé ring with cushion-cut center stone. What woman wouldn’t want a ring as gorgeous as that? Harry Winston doesn’t just aim for beautiful diamond rings, it strives to create fine art through its jewelry.

One of the most iconic diamonds that came from Mr. Winston was the Hope Diamond, which he actually donated to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. This 45.52 carat blue diamond was discovered in India’s Kollur Min in the mid 1600s. It has an extended list of exclusive owners, including Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette.

But Harry Winston’s genius doesn’t stop there. He also transformed red carpet glamour beginning as early is 1943 when he was the first jeweler to loan diamonds to an actress for the Academy Awards. Ever since then, actresses have been blinged out with Harry Winston diamonds on the red carpet.

So there you have it – Harry Winston has created a legacy everywhere from the red carpet to the Smithsonian Institution with the Hope diamond. They make diamonds that are meant to last as long as you and your spouse are together, and then some.

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