Harry Winston Unveils a Stunning Floral Display



Nature has been an inspiration for Harry Winston since the 1940s. Flowers such as sunflowers, lilies and tulips have especially been a favorite muse for Winston designers led by the late Maurice Galli. To celebrate its new floral collection this spring, the jeweler has adorned its South Coast Plaza boutique with an exclusive, custom floral display.



Called the Winston Bouquet, the lavish arch is made of fresh peonies, spray roses, garden roses, cherry blossoms, wisteria, hydrangea and ranunculus and accented with foliage. It will be on display for two weeks, through May 17. Inside the boutique, the floral jewelry collections in bloom are the new interpretations of Forget-Me-Not  and beloved classics such as Sunflower and Lotus Cluster. Here’s a closer look:



In Forget-Me-Not, exquisite round brilliant, pear-shaped and marquise-cut sapphires and pink sapphires encircle a diamond to form a wildflower on a necklace, pendant, earrings, bracelet, ring and charm. 



The Lily Cluster collection features round and marquise diamonds set in platinum and yellow gold in traditional pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings that easily could be worn as signature jewelry every day.



Sunflowers first inspired Harry Winston designers in the 1950s and continue to do so. The Sunflower features accent diamonds radiating from a round brilliant-cut center stone and is now an iconic design for the jeweler.