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Known as the original “King of Diamonds” and “Jeweler to the Stars,” Harry Winston is one of the most well-known jewelers in the world. He was famously referred to in the 1953 musical film Gentlemen Prefer Blondes in a spoken aside: “Talk to me Harry Winston, tell me about it!” As an innate gemologist, he spent a lifetime acquiring some of the most famous gemstones in the world, including the Jonker, Hope, and Winston Legacy Diamonds.
With such a stellar history, it is no wonder that Harry Winston diamond rings, earrings, and necklaces are among the items that Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers makes the highest cash offers for — relatively speaking. The extra brand value that the name “Harry Winston” adds to a piece of estate jewelry is considerable. Thus when choosing a jewelry buyer for your Harry Winston creation, you want to be sure that they have solid track record in dealing with items from this prestigious design house.
Diamond Estate is one of those professional buyers. Our owner Carl Blackburn has over 30 years of experience dealing in expensive estate jewelry. We regularly purchase diamond jewelry from Harry Winston that is valued into the 5 and 6 figure range.
Regardless of the particular Harry Winston item that you would like to sell, we would gladly discuss it with you. Diamond Estate isn’t here only to make you the best possible cash offer for your piece, but share with you any knowledge that we have about it. So that you can make a comfortable and informed selling decision.
Contact us now for a free consultation, or to receive a free Harry Winston market appraisal.
History of Harry Winston
The House of Harry Winston was founded in New York City in 1932, and garnered success based on the notion that individual gemstones, rather than the settings, would inform the overall design of the piece. His first major acquisition was the estate jewelry of Arabella Huntington, wife of railroad magnate Henry Huntington. His reworking of her prestigious collection showcased his talents by highlighting her precious stones in more contemporary styles. He was known to boast that Arabella’s famous pearl necklace “now adorns the necks of at least two dozen women around the world.”
Harry Winston was also famous for his diamond cutting. His first important purchase, the Jonker, was a 726-carat uncut rough diamond. Its famous cleaving resulted in in twelve individual stones, the largest weighing 125.35 carats. In 1969, Winston was broadcast on live television cleaving the 601-carat Lesotho Diamond. The Lesotho eventually produced eighteen gems, including a 71.72-carat emerald-cut and a 40.42-carat marquise-cut diamond purchased by Aristotle Onassis as an engagement ring for Jacqueline Kennedy.
Sell Harry Winston Jewelry with Confidence
Are you ready to sell your Harry Winston jewelry, confident that you are receiving the absolute best possible cash offer? Then contact Diamond Estate Jewelry Buyers today. We pride ourselves in dealing with potential clients in a friendly, pressure-free manner. You can be assured that we will fully answer each and every question you have, as well as explain exactly how we have arrived at our cash offer for your Harry Winston diamond ring, necklace, bracelet, or earrings.
A few names of prominent Harry Winston jewelry and watch collections from which we purchase items include: The New York, Lily Cluster, HW Logo, Sunflower, Diamond Loop, Belle, Traffic, Lotus Cluster, Pirouette, Midnight, Opus, Avenue, Ocean, and Premier.