tagged S: Swarovski Crystals

Swarovski Crystals are man-made gems manufactured in Austria. In 1895 Daniel Swarovski discovered a formula for making beautiful and high quality lead glass crystals and Swarovski Crystals was founded. Since then, they have been making fashionable jewelries, charms, fashion accessories, figurines and more. These crystals are known to be as the diamond of the crystal world.

I’ve been lucky enough to own a set of  Swarovski baby penguins which was a gift from hubby many years ago. It includes a set of 3 baby penguins and a small pool of water made of crystal of course and a tiny certificate.

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swarovski baby penguins

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swarovski baby penguins

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made in austria

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certificate of authenticity

If you want to collect Swarovski Crystals, just be sure to buy it from authorized Swarovski Crystals dealers as there may be fake crystals that are sold as real Swarovski crystals.

If you’re an owner of a Swarovski Crystal collectibles or jewelry, you should avoid exposing them to water and/or chemicals. Only mild soap, water, and a soft cloth should be used for cleaning and polishing your crystals. Store them in its original packaging as much as possible.

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9 thoughts on “tagged S: Swarovski Crystals

      • arlene says:

        They’re for special friends, sometimes I use Hematite beads too. My daughter makes fashion bracelets and earrings and she was the one who made the cord that they used during their wedding two years ago.

      • arlene says:

        My son makes wooden ones but only upon order from his officemates. It’s quite easy but be prepared for rough hands. I seldom make one now, I feel so lazy because of the heat.

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