The ultra-modern Crystal Rocks family comprises the ever-popular Crystal Rocks and Crystal Fine Rocks, together with newcomer Crystal Ultrafine Rocks-it.
Swarovski’s collection of refined crystal rocks can be used in crystal jewelry designs, ideal for intricate textile applications.
Collectively, they make super-luxurious design treatments possible through the use of densely positioned double-pointed Chatons in varying sizes. With smooth surface and edges, their irregular arrangement gives a unique, shimmering sparkle across a range of colors and effects, perfectly suited to accessories, jewelry, interiors, textiles, and new segments.
Crystal Rocks and Crystal Fine Rocks are now joined by the new Crystal Ultrafine Rocks-it. Fueled by the rise in music festivals, a free-spirited, glam-rock style is merging with gender-fluidity and a cool, devil-may-care attitude, as consumers rediscover a desire to flaunt and express themselves. Crystal Ultrafine Rocks-it conveys a sense of nonchalant energy and edgy opulence, capturing the anti-establishment mood that’s rocking the design world.
Having delighted our partners and their customers with Crystal Ultrafine Rocks’ rich and varied palette, Swarovski has responded to the heightened demand by introducing additional colors and effects that will be added to the range in September 2017.
Look forward to newcomers White Alabaster, Jet Nut, Chrome, and Paradise Shine. Joining them will be some new Shimmer effects that will apply across the whole Crystal Rocks Family: Crystal, Light Siam, and Tangerine.
With enhanced brilliance thanks to the high density of crystal coverage (40 per cent more crystals than Crystal Fine Rocks), together with its thinness, lightness of weight and flexibility, Crystal Ultrafine Rocks-it is ideal for the textile segment, with its 3.4mm width making even filigree designs possible.
Scroll through our assortment of Swarovski motif inspirations below. Our image carousel exhibits delicate crystal jewelry arrangements which reflect a scintillating, on-trend modernity that the crystal elements symbolize.