Jewelry
Hope Collection

Following the successful launch of the limited edition Harry Winston Hope Collection™ Bracelet, the House of Harry Winston is pleased to continue the gift of giving in a new, charming way.

Launching spring 2013, the Harry Winston Hope Collection™ Charm features a sleek white gold and engraved mother-of-pearl design set with a delicate Winston diamond at the center, and can be worn as either a pendant, or as part of a charm bracelet.
 
The Harry Winston Hope Collection represents Harry Winston’s longstanding commitment to supporting local communities, a tradition that began with the company’s founder Mr. Harry Winston. From 1949 – 1953, Harry Winston organized an exhibition known as “The Court of Jewels,” which toured to key cities across America raising money for local charitable causes. At the heart of the exhibition was the Hope Diamond, a 45.52 carat deep blue diamond, considered to be one of the rarest and most famous diamonds in the world. In 1958, Mr. Winston donated the Hope Diamond to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. as a gift to the world.
 
Inspired by Mr. Winston’s generosity, in November 2010, Harry Winston, Inc. launched a new philanthropic platform, The Harry Winston Brilliant Futures™ Charitable Program. Within this program, the company remains dedicated to supporting leading organizations around the globe that strive to remove barriers for disadvantaged youth to obtain a quality education and the skills necessary to be successful in life; provide access to cultural and artistic enrichment; and enable healthy futures.
 
The Harry Winston Hope Collection is available at The Shops at Crystals. 
Jewelry / Accessories
Celebrating 120 Years

 

Mikimoto celebrates 120 years of rich heritage and a long-standing tradition of producing the world’s most exquisite pearls. The vision was first born when Kokichi Mikimoto succeeded in creating the world’s first cultured pearl, forever changing the industry.

 

“It’s been 120 years since Kokichi cultivated the first pearl, and to commemorate that milestone, Mikimoto is unveiling a high-jewelry collection that showcases modern twists to the brand’s signature looks.

Called 120, Mikimoto has created 12 collections, each with various styles, to tell the story of the brand’s heritage and future. Ranging in price from $50,000 to $500,000, the pieces incorporate different kinds and colors of pearls, such as conch and melo and gold and black. Further color is woven into the collections with water opals, pink sapphires, carved jade, cabochon star sapphires, onyx, diamonds and yellow, white and pink gold.

The high end-jewelry collection, which includes necklace, bracelets, rings and earrings and pendants, uses rare pearls and stones, which Mikimoto customer has come to expect over the years.”

 

Kokichi Mikimoto’s legacy endures in the pieces acquired by Mikimoto customers around the world. 

 

Jewelry
The Sugar Collection

Fawaz Gruosi presents a new women’s timepiece collection as homage to beauty and colour. SUGAR is the very essence of femininity, transforming a watch into a luxurious sweet treat. The moving gems create a free movement all around the watch leaving a sparkling cascade of the highest quality of precious stones in white diamonds, emeralds, orange or blue sapphires.

These new creations appropriately named SUGAR add a little sweetness to the already notoriously bold and lavish de GRISOGONO pieces. Fawaz Gruosi’s creativity is in continuous motion and he feels relentlessly inspired by all that he sees in life. He never ceases to surprise its most loyal followers and has kept doing so with this collection.

SUGAR combines the artistry of the skilled gem-setters with the craftsmanship of the Brand’s timepiece designers, the intricate gem-setting techniques perfectly conceal the mechanical details of the movement. The coloured mother of pearl render a soft, rich texture as the precious stones shine with an endless flow. de GRISOGONO reinvents the already iconic marriage of materials and precious gems, as well as the use of brilliant colours which distinguishes the de GRISOGONO’s unique style.

“I wanted to design a luxurious watch to express the exceptional qualities of every woman – femininity, softness, brilliance, playfulness and elegance.” Fawaz Gruosi

SUGAR expresses the joy of sweet moments and the exquisite refinement of the art of jewelry timepieces at its best.

Jewelry
Paloma Picasso Jewelry Collection

Renowned designer Paloma Picasso creates a stunning new jewelry collection inspired by the olive branch as a symbol of peace and abundance.

The new collection, Paloma’s Olive Leaf, captures elements from the olive groves surrounding her home in Morocco, a place of serenity, and also represents a link to her name. “Paloma means dove in Spanish,” she says. “We are all familiar with the dove carrying an olive branch as a peace offering. The jewelry I’ve created pays tribute both to the messenger’s noble mission and gardens as a refuge of peace and tranquility.”

The collection is sumptuous yet delicate, a garden of precious metals shot with gemstones. A bib necklace traces the tender leaves and stems in an intricate, openwork pattern of brilliant green tsavorites and 18 karat gold. This elegant profusion of leaves forges pendants in gleaming gold or sterling silver, as well as one-of-a-kind rings in 18 karat white gold and diamonds. Gold cuffs echo the ancient olive wreathes that crowned the glorious and victorious.

The designer places beautiful and colorful gemstones among leafy branches of gold or silver.  Rubellite and green peridot cabochons are entwined in ring settings of 18 karat gold with diamonds. Pear-shaped rubellites accent luxuriant drop earrings of gold and sparkling diamond leaves. There are also earrings with perfect ovals of translucent blue topaz suspended boldly from little gold leaves.

Paloma’s Olive Leaf is wonderfully fluid and moves with an easy grace dazzling in the light like leaves lifted on a gentle breeze or flowers dancing under the sun.

This collection is available at the Tiffany & Co. boutique at The Shops at Crystals.

Jewelry
DIOR VIII WHITE TIMEPIECES

Dior VIII completes its’ day wardrobe and is dressing up in white, the colour of the cotton canvas prototypes used in Haute Couture dresses. Dior VIII comes in a range of 12 white ceramic and steel timepieces in sizes 28, 33 and 38mm with quartz or automatic movements and bezels in white ceramic or snow-set diamonds.

“White is pure and simple and matches with everything.” -- Christian Dior.

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