Swarovski Round Stones: Why designers decide on loose crystals
Swarovski Round Stones, also known as chatons, are among the most innovative rhinestones on the market. Designers around the world appreciate the loose crystal elements with their incomparable sparkling brilliance and use them for fashion and competitive dancing, jewelry and accessories. Jean Paul Gaultier, Atelier Versace and Mary Katrantzou are among the best-known international designers who regularly opt for Swarovski Round Stones.
The many application options make the crystal chatons very popular. The radiantly beautiful glass stones can be attached by hand with pliers, metal spatulas or punching tools and fastened with a machine. In addition, the crystal elements can be used in a variety of settings with metal claws and glued-in die-cast forms or settings. Another application option is Swarovski Ceralun, a special two-component epoxy composite.