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In 1896, Harry Winston was born in New York City. In 1926, Winston acquired the jewelry collection of Arabella Huntington, which he modified and sold. Owing to his success in the trade, Winston established Harry Winston Inc. in 1932. Over the following decades, he amassed an impressive collection of jewels. Upon his death in 1978, Winston's sons took over the business. Harry Winston first entered watchmaking in 1989 with the launch of the Premier Collection. In 2001, the brand partnered with a number of watchmakers to create the Opus Series. The company opened its dedicated watch manufacture in 2007. In 2013, the Swatch Group acquired Harry Winston. The brand still produces complicated timepieces as well as high jewelry watches.
Product Line Overview
Harry Winston watches combine the long tradition of Swiss horology with the luxury of American jewelers. The Avenue Collection embodies this spirit. Reminiscent of the American glamor found in Old New York, the Avenue Collection hosts timepieces with diamonds, mother-of-pearl dials, and precious metals that comprise rectangular or square cases. The Avenue is available on a strap or bracelet and in small seconds, two-hands, and moon phase variations.
Harry Winston is known for several other gem-set ladies' watches. The Premier Collection is characterized by round cases and colorful dials adorned with precious stones and motifs including flowers, animals, and lace. Three adjacent lug components connect the strap to the case. The Premier can be found in small seconds, two-hands, moon phase, and chronograph variations. The Emerald Collection is defined by a unique, emerald-shaped case. The Precious Emerald features the same emerald case shape with intricate diamond designs adorning the entirety of the case and bracelet.
Both the Midnight and Ocean Collections feature round watches in unisex variations. The Ocean Collection has a larger, sportier case and is available with retrograde date and day, moonphase, perpetual calendar, big-date, jumping hour, and jumping hour tourbillon complications.
The renowned Opus Collection hosts watches made in collaboration with several esteemed watchmakers. Past collaborators have included Felix Bumgartner, Andreas Strehler, and F.P. Journe. Categorized by number, each Opus piece is different; they share only the unconventionality with which they tell time. The Opus 7, for instance, will alternate between displaying the seconds, minutes, hours, and remaining power with the press of a pusher. Similar in its complexity, the Histoire de Tourbillon series features intricate watches that incorporate one or more tourbillons. The tourbillon complication is executed in a unique manner; often, tourbillons are combined with other complications.
The High Jewelry Collection boasts a greater quantity of jewel setting within the cases and dials. The Candy features colorful jewels set on an oval case. The Ultimate Emerald Signature possesses an emerald-shaped case with an additional emerald-shaped swiveling cover; both are studded with diamonds and colored gemstones.
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