By Brecken Branstrator
New York--The John Hardy jewelry brand is celebrating its 40th anniversary by drawing inspiration from its past.

John Hardy’s new collection, created for the brand’s 40th anniversary, draws on pieces from the its archives and features designs ranging in price from $340 to $29,000.Created with jewelry from the brand’s archives in mind, the 40th anniversary capsule collection includes designs for men and women that range in price from $340 to $29,000. 

The most exclusive piece is the Classic Chain 18-karat gold diamond pave large chain bracelet. Only four have been made, with each featuring 634 hand-cut diamonds set within the chain and on the clasp, a process that took more than 77 hours. Each piece is numbered.

John Hardy also has a series of bracelets that are a scaled-down version of this design. The brand created 40 all-gold Classic Chain diamond pave large chain bracelets, and 400 of the Classic Chain large chain bracelet in silver that have clasps hand-set with black, blue, pink, or red sapphires.

Finally, John Hardy also produced 4,000 Classic Chain Lava mini-chain bracelets in silver with tsavorite garnet, amethyst, or sapphires in black, blue, red, or pink, set in a lobster clasp. They are priced at $340 each.

For men, the brand has created three braided leather and silver bracelet options with the same chain look as the women’s jewelry pieces. 

The 40th anniversary capsule collection is available exclusively on as well as in select retailers including Saks, Bloomingdale’s and Neiman Marcus.

Get the Daily News >
National Jeweler

Fine Jewelry Industry News

Since 1906, National Jeweler has been the must-read news source for smart jewelry professionals--jewelry retailers, designers, buyers, manufacturers, and suppliers. From market analysis to emerging jewelry trends, we cover the important industry topics vital to the everyday success of jewelry professionals worldwide. National Jeweler delivers the most urgent jewelry news necessary for running your day-to-day jewelry business here, and via our daily e-newsletter, website and other specialty publications, such as "The State of the Majors." National Jeweler is published by Jewelers of America, the leading nonprofit jewelry association in the United States.