What Are Swarovski Crystals?

 What Are Swarovski Crystals?

Swarovski crystals were founded in 1895 in Austria by Daniel Swarovski. Swarovski was a son of a glass cutter but he had visions of putting up a company that Swarovski  would be able to cut crystals automatically. He gained huge success and was soon producing an array of various products from Swarovski bracelets, necklaces, earrings and other forms of jewellery, to haute couture pieces with crystal embellishments and accessories.

Their products went beyond Swarovski bracelets, brooches and other jewellery to various crystal house ornaments and chandeliers. They are also involved in producing elegantly designed optical products (binoculars and telescopes). In 1995, this Austrian success story celebrated its 100th year by building a breathtaking theme park called Swarovski Crystal Worlds.

Among all Swarovski products, their jewellery line is the one that has gained the most following worldwide. Their Swarovski bracelets collection is a mixture of both contemporary and classic pieces that range from charming, youthful and trendy, to bold avant-garde sets that are designed to make bold fashion statements for anyone who wears them.

Bracelets can add the perfect finishing touch for any outfit. Especially for ladies who have long slender arms and prefer to wear sleeveless tops and dresses. You can wear one to three single strand thin bracelets for a classic chic elegant look, or you can go bold and stack up to twenty bracelets.

Swarovski bracelets are set in various materials such as rhodium, silver and even leather and use a stunning combination of crystal colours and designs that are creative, contemporary and innovative. You can mix and match several layers with your own favourite everyday pieces in various materials. This is what makes these Swarovski bracelets so versatile, allowing them to be worn anytime, on any occasion. All designs are updated every season featuring the lasts in seasonal designs, colours and trends.

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