Harry Winston Hope collection bracelet on sale for charitable purposes

Andrea Divirgilio / November 1, 2012

After owing it for a decade, an American jeweler Harry Winston donated the fabled 45.53-carat blue diamond ‘The Hope Diamond’, which was discovered in India’s Kollur Mine in the mid-1600s and had a long list of distinguished owners, including Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette, to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington as a remarkable gift to the world. Now, the American luxury jewelers and producers of luxury watches Harry Winston, named after its famous founder Harry Winston, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Hope Diamond donation in the 2010, and decided to renew its founder’s commitment to giving back by launching the Harry Winston Brilliant Futures Charitable Program, has now created the Harry Winston Hope Collection Bracelet, which will be launched on Nov. 1st, to benefit leading non-profit organizations.

Harry Winston Hope collection bracelet

Making its debut in exclusive U.S. Salons, the very limited edition of Harry Winston Hope Collection Bracelet is an elegant jewelry piece in white gold with a mother-of-pearl dial and a single signature Winston diamond.

Notably, this $2,500 bracelet limited to just 200 pieces will sold exclusively at Harry Winston’s 7 U.S. boutqiues.

Through this philanthropic initiative, the jewelry house will be donating 100% of the retail sales price of each bracelet to charity organizations that work towards inspiring hope and improving the lives of both children and adults in Harry Winston’s Salon communities across the U.S, including the Honolulu-based Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation, and the Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.

Via: HarryWinston / NYTimes

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