The House of Harry Winston Has Arrived

The glamorous new Harry Winston salon in San Francisco dazzles.

The “King of Diamonds,” Harry Winston, has set up shop at one of San Francisco’s most iconic addresses—the corner of Post and Grant (just off Union Square). The new 5,806-square-foot showroom is nearly as stunning as the jewelry it houses.

Soaring ceilings are met by original columns and pilasters embellished with decorative scagiola finish. A couture color palette of dove grey and ivory punctuated by black lacquer and antique bronze is further enhanced by hand-beaded silk walls and bespoke chandeliers. It is a setting worthy of the Winston name.

For clients, the opportunity to peruse this exquisite collection of jewelry and timepieces is a treat unto itself. These jewels are the stuff of legend. Since 1932, the House of Harry Winston has acquired such famous gems as the Jonker, the Hope, and Winston Legacy Diamonds and has dressed royalty, heads of state, and Hollywood’s most famous movie stars (Nicole Kidman wore Harry Winston to this year’s Oscars).

Harry Winston CEO Nayla Hayek relates, “San Francisco is an important luxury fashion market, with a sophisticated retail network that we are excited to explore and develop as we bring our renowned heritage and extraordinary designs to the city for the very first time. As a brand that continuously finds inspiration in nature, architecture, and the arts, we could not have imagined a more fitting backdrop than Union Square—the heart of San Francisco culture—for showcasing our one-of-a-kind jewelry and timepiece creations.”

To schedule an appointment, call 628.867.1100 or visit


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