For more than 30 years, the skilled artists at Henry Designs have been creating radiant works of art.
These works of art take shape in the form of stunning jewelry, produced with the highest quality diamonds and precious gems available. So much more than just a jewelry manufacturer, Henry Designs is the provider for a wearable pièce de résistance.
Scientist Turned Artist
Although he started out as an engineering professor, teaching the science of gems and crystals, a certain shine caught the eye of Henrick Perelstein. Shifting his focus to concentrate on diamonds, Henrick began to study and teach himself everything there was to know about this precious stone.
Simply put, Henrick fell in love with diamonds. While the engineer in him had always been fascinated with diamonds, the artist in him began to see the gems as a canvas, ready to be turned into a masterpiece. Henrick sought partnership with someone that was just as passionate about this craft as he was, and could help him produce the luxurious jewelry he envisioned.
The Perfect Match
Henry Rayski, an FIT graduate, had honed his skills working with David Webb, an iconic jewelry designer of the 1950s and 60s. His skill level in jewelry crafting was unmatched. As one of the original craftsman for Tiffany and Co.’s iconic tennis bracelet, a piece so intricate few had the skills to produce it, it was clear to Henrick that Henry was the type of talent he was looking for.
In 1981, Henry Designs came to life.
Together, Henry and Henrick began to produce luxurious jewelry pieces using only the highest quality diamonds available. The way in which they view their craft as an art form, as opposed to a manufacturing process, has allowed them to maintain Henry Designs’ high standard of quality and beauty.
As one of the last remaining American manufacturers of high-end diamond jewelry, Henry Designs takes pride in offering jewelry pieces so luxurious, their quality is incomparable. Carried in boutiques all across the United States, they’ve quickly developed a reputation for offering what no other diamond manufacturer could, a brilliant, ever dazzling, wearable work of art.