Since 1895, founder Daniel Swarovski’s mastery of crystal curring has defined the company. His enduring passion for innovation and design has made it the world’s premier jewellery and accessory brand. Today, the family carries on the tradition of delivering extraordinary everyday style to women and men around the world. Learn more about Swarovski HK below.
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Top Swarovski Jewellery Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Swarovski Lola Drop Earrings||HK$ 52,617.47||LUISAVIAROMA|
|Swarovski Lola Drop Earrings||HK$ 28,683.99||LUISAVIAROMA|
|Swarovski Ángel Earrings||HK$ 41,132.20||LUISAVIAROMA|
|Swarovski Rhodium Plated Martina Bracelet||HK$ 787.70||Jomashop|
|Swarovski Treasure Pearl Pierced Earrings||HK$ 699.00||Zalora|
|Swarovski Further Double Pendant Necklace||HK$ 1,790.00||Zalora|
|Swarovski Attract Stud Pierced Earrings||HK$ 699.00||Zalora|
|Swarovski Twist Hoop Pierced Earrings||HK$ 1,190.00||Zalora|
|Swarovski Infinity Hoop Pierced Earrings||HK$ 1,790.00||Zalora|
|Swarovski Dancing Swan Pierced Earrings||HK$ 1,690.00||Zalora|
In 1891, Daniel Swarovski’s vision was to create “a diamond for everyone.” He invented the electric machine that cut more accurately than ever before, marking the beginning of a new era for crystal. From American jazz halls to Parisian couture houses, dresses dripped with beads and Swarovski crystals, reflecting the excitement of the 1920s.
Swarovski Subtle Bracelet
Infused with subtle elegance and timeless sparkle, this delicate cup chain bracelet would make a lovely Mother’s Day gift. Available in three colours and rhodium plating, with an adjustable sliding closure to fit any wrist size. The perfect accessory for everyday outfits, it stacks easily with other bracelets and would be a welcome addition to any jewellery box.
Swarovski Attract Round Ring
Swarovski’s bestselling Attract Round Ring is now available in rose gold-plated metal. This stunning design features a round central chaton surrounded by smaller chatons around the front half of the ring. This will pair flawlessly for day or evening outfits.
Swarovski Vintage Drop Pierced Earrings
The Vintage collection has been a favourite among Swarovski fans for many years. Now, they’ve added a stunning pair of teal crystal earrings to this timeless line. With their refined crystal drops in the traditional prong setting and easy-to-wear rhodium plating, they lend a touch of vintage glam to any outfit and are an excellent choice for gift giving.
Swarovski Louison Necklace
Dial-up the glamour during the festive season with the Louison Necklace: a daring design with a versatile twist. The dangling centrepiece can be detached and replaced with a clear stone if desired, enabling you to play with different looks. Inspired by fine jewellery and frosty winter leaves, this rhodium-plated statement piece is perfect for gifting or creating a stand-out party look.
What is a Swarovski crystal?
Swarovski produces crystals of the finest quality. The company’s name has become synonymous with genuine crystal. Swarovski’s specialized manufacturing processes, together with the highest quality raw materials, guarantee the highest possible degree of precision, component quality, consistency, and unmatched brilliance.
Where are Swarovski crystals made?
Swarovski crystals are produced at the company’s traditional production plant in Wattens, Austria, where each crystal is subject to the most stringent quality controls. The exact recipe and proportion of quartzes, sand, and minerals remain a company secret that is part of the legacy of pioneer Daniel Swarovski to his three sons.
Why is Swarovski expensive?
The Swarovski’s patented cutting machine allows for a technology-driven cut that creates a high refraction index in the crystals. The Swarovski crystals are more expensive than regular glass because of its fine materials and a complicated manufacturing process.
How much do Swarovski crystals cost?
As of July 2020, you can get Swarovski crystals on Zalora Hong Kong from HK$299 to HK$3,990 with products ranging from pens to watches.
Can you take a shower with Swarovski?
To ensure the lasting beauty of your Swarovski Jewellery, do not use sonic cleaners, boiling water or commercial jewellery cleaners. Jewellery cleaners usually contain ammonia or alcohol which can have a damaging effect on the plating. Swarovski recommends that you occasionally polish each piece with a soft lint-free cloth. Never wear your jewellery in the bath, in bed, doing dishes or when exercising. This can cause unreasonable stress and wear and tear. Store your jewellery in the soft pouch or box provided.
Can Swarovski jewellery get wet?
Swarovski jewellery, especially rings, are made of palladium and gold-plated metal that are designed to withstand wear and tear, but the crystals themselves are better kept away from regular contact with water.