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Moments in Time: Iridescent Time

A new addition to the Harry Winston Emerald Collection in turquoise blue. Photo courtesy Harry Winston. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

Icy diamonds and iridescent mother-of-pearl join their natural forces on the outstanding dial of Harry Winston’s sophisticated Emerald collection of watches. Enhanced by colorful cabochons, the house has brought out a new palette of captivating colors with turquoise, champagne, orange and violet joining the collection in 2021. Aqua stones on the turquoise dial, the vibrant orange dial, a refined look for the champagne dial and unbridled exuberance on the violet dial, color becomes the order of the day on these timepieces. Each of the dials is accompanied by a satin double tour strap that matches the dial.

Set around the perimeter of the dial are cabochons crafted from natural mother-of-pearl and the cabochons in turn are enlivened by 20 brilliant-cut sparkling diamonds while the central section of the dial is covered with a layer of beaded mother-of-pearl. The dial is nestled into an elegant octagonal 18-carat white gold case which is set with 53 brilliant-cut diamonds which illuminate the dial with their icy radiant light.

The four new additions to the Harry Winston Emerald Collection. Photo courtesy Harry Winston. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

The double tour satin straps enjoy 11 brilliant-cut diamonds on the buckle and the Emerald timepieces are also available on a luxurious 18-karat white gold Milanese mesh bracelet which has a total of 120 dazzling diamonds. The watch is outfitted with a precision Swiss quartz movement and is water resistant to 30 meters. Introduced in 2016, the Emerald collection is named after Mr. Winston’s preferred diamond cut: the eight-sided emerald cut.
©Trish Valicenti for The Gourmet Gazette
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Timepiece from the Harry Winston Emerald Collection in midnight blue. Photo courtesy Harry Winston. Handout via The Gourmet Gazette

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