New York Collection
by Harry Winston


There’s nothing like the energy of New York City – the iconic landmarks, the perpetual motion, the inimitable spirit and unsurpassable style. This remarkable city, the epicenter of excitement and glamour, has been a source of inspiration for Winston designers since the House first opened its doors in 1932, and today continues to inform its next generation of legendary jewels. The New York Collection by Harry Winston pays homage to Mr. Winston’s beloved city through a bejeweled love letter comprised of sub collections: Brownstone, Cathedral, City Lights, Fifth Avenue, 718, Central Park Mosaic and Eagle.

Winston's New York

Respective collections telegraph proprietary nuances in Mr. Winston’s narrative pertinent to New York. The stately architecture of the Brownstones on the Upper West Side, the organic color palette and geometry of Central Park, the shimmering City Lights of Times Square, and the dynamic energy and Art Deco architectural elements along Fifth Avenue, all influenced his design aesthetic. We invite you to explore and experience the locations, the intrinsic elements and the energy of New York City.


Cathedral 
by Harry Winston


In 1942, Harry Winston, Inc. moved into 7 East 51st Street, directly adjacent to New York's famed St. Patrick's Cathedral. 

Every day, as Harry basked in the rays of his extraordinary jewels, he was graced with an unobstructed view of the impressive neo-gothic structure.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Mirroring the perfect proportions, extraordinary workmanship and architectural excellence of St. Patrick’s, the Cathedral series highlights the unequivocal beauty of pear-shaped emeralds and celebrates Winston design in its purest form.


718
by Harry Winston


In March 1960, Harry Winston famously moved his company to 718 Fifth Avenue, at a time when New York City architecture was characterized by minimalist aesthetics. However, Harry – a true visionary - envisioned an eighteenth-century French-styled building as the perfect setting to display his collections and welcome clientele from around the world. 

When conceptualizing his salon, Harry made sure no detail was overlooked. From the floor to the ceiling, every element was as perfect and pristine as the jewels it would house. The 718 sub-series celebrates the historic charm and elegant details of the House’s iconic New York City Flagship Salon.

718 Marble Marquetry

718 Marble Marquetry – a diamond and sapphire series of necklaces, earrings and rings – draws inspiration from the black and white marble detailing of Harry Winston’s famed atelier.


Central Park Mosaic 
by Harry Winston


The brilliance of nature in Central Park through the seasons was a palpable source of inspiration for Harry, who was always looking to the beauty of nature.

New York City's Central Park

Harry devoted his life to rare jewels and to growing his namesake business, often spending hours upon hours working with his lead designers to create extraordinary one-of-a-kind jewels.

Located just blocks away from his office, New York City’s prominent park, Central Park, often provided a fresh perspective to Mr. Winston and his designers.

Central Park

Central Park Mosaic’s earring, bracelets and ring all feature emeralds, sapphires, diamonds and aquamarines set to mimic the extraordinary landscape of the city’s iconic backyard.


Eagle
by Harry Winston


Masterfully set to mimic a bird in flight, these one-of-a-kind high jewelry designs underscore the House’s promise to its New York ancestry.

Railroads always played an important role in Harry’s life, often relying on this mode of transportation in his quest for rare stones. Throughout the early 1900s, cast-iron eagles adorned many New York City buildings, including the original Grand Central Depot – the city’s famed transportation hub – as a symbol of growth, flight and movement.

Eagle Collection

The Eagle sub-series recalls the majesty of its namesake, with an extraordinary pairing of colorless and fancy yellow diamonds


City Lights
by Harry Winston


Vibrant gemstones mingle with brilliant diamonds to capture the electric energy of New York City's lights.

Married in 1933, Harry Winston and his beloved wife enjoyed their early life together as a young couple in New York City, often attending society events and Broadway shows. The Winstons loved Broadway so much that when Harry was promoting his traveling exhibition, The Court of Jewels, he asked leading Broadway stars of the time to pose in his jewels for the official program.

New York City Lights

Captivated by the neon pulse of Broadway, the City Lights jewels reimagine the lively lights through colorful diamonds and vivid precious gemstones.


Fifth Avenue
by Harry Winston


Of all the bustling streets and avenues in New York, perhaps even the world, none is more famous or more closely linked to the Winston story than prestigious Fifth Avenue.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Stretching slightly more than six miles, Fifth Avenue reflects the collaborative passions, architectural excellence and boundless style that is unique to New York.