When Harry Winston founded his eponymous jewelry brand in 1932, the Art Deco scene was in its heyday and its signature designs personified the luxury and glamour of the period.
For its latest collection, Harry Winston continues this heritage with six colorless diamond and platinum jewels that underscore the distinctive architectural style of the 1930s. Titled, “Art Deco by Harry Winston,” the collection evokes the iconic elegance of the period with combinations of round brilliant and baguette diamonds set in a symmetrical geometric shapes and angular forms. All of the pieces represent a singular sculptural motif, whether it is used as a central design element or repeated.
The collection consists of a diamond sautoir, single and multi-motif diamond bracelets, single motif diamond earrings, a diamond pendant and a ladies jewelry timepiece using the same motif. The pieces represent the refined and colorless version of the Art Deco design period.
The collection is available at Harry Winston salons worldwide.
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