Colorful Winston Candy rings are seen in the forefront with a full candy jars in the background

Winston Candy


Exploring the candy-colored world of extraordinary gems, the House of Harry Winston presents a sweet series of one-of-a-kind cocktail rings. Entitled Winston Candy, the collection features fancy-colored center stones paired with a combination of diamonds and vibrant gems in complementing shades.

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A young woman in a blue shirt wears two colorful Winston Candy rings
Bringing a sweet perspective to signature Winston design, each Winston Candy ring exudes a sense of pure joy with colorful stone combinations meant to excite and delight.

Colorful loose gemstones

Winston Candy Stones

Selected for their inherent beauty, these magnificent stones are superior amongst others in their family and exemplify the extraordinary qualities synonymous with Harry Winston. From the finest mandarin garnets, to rare tourmalines, to pastel sapphires, and lively spinels, this one-of-a-kind presentation features the most irresistible ingredients and celebrates vibrant jewels that are unrivaled in color, quality and scale.

Hands adorned in colorful Winston Candy rings select candies from a candy dish

Winston Candy Shop

While Mr. Winston was known as the “King of Diamonds,” his insatiable obsession for gems went beyond just colorless beauties and he often sought out stones that resembled brilliantly hued candies for some of his most precious designs.

Vintage sketches of colorful rings

Behind the Design

The inspiration for the collection began with a series of archival sketches from the 1950s and 60s that featured brightly colored cocktail rings in unexpected shades. The jewelry aesthetic at that time was about magnificence and grandeur and for Harry Winston that meant creating the most extraordinary jewels, using signature techniques such as the pairing of fancy shaped stones with round brilliants and the use of intriguing color combinations. Realizing the potential of these incredible renderings, Winston Designers sought to create modern interpretations that recall the sophistication of a bygone era.