Are you a fashion designer, interior designer, architect or in the entertainment industry? Then let yourself be inspired by the wide variety of loose Swarovski crystals, new products and trends. Swarovski Professional supplies you with carefully manufactured stones for your business in an enormous range of colours, unique effects, shapes and sizes. Until 2013 they were known under the name Swarovski Elements and are thus still familiar to many connoisseurs. Today the official designation is "Swarovski Crystals", drawing attention to the individual stones.
No wish remains unfulfilled: Swarovski's reliable application methods have been developed over many years to offer you as a business customer the widest range of design options. Stick on your gemstones (Swarovski Hotfix crystals), attach them by ironing or stitching them on. High-quality frames and clasps inspire not only jewellery manufacturers.
In our detailed application overview you will find all important information on the correct soldering and setting of Swarovski crystals, the Ceralun process, sewing on, embroidery and application by hand as well as valuable care instructions for your crystals.
No matter which product you choose - we will help your business to make a brilliant appearance. Swarovski also supplies wholesalers with larger quantities of goods.
We have come up with something special for the cosmetics industry: Swarovski crystals in liquid form, namely for glamorous nail polish. The Naildesign line "Crystal Pixie" convinces stylists and fashionistas worldwide. Besides glittering nail polish with tiny crystals you can also apply larger flat backs on your manicured nail.
For over 120 years, Swarovski Crystal has been cutting crystals with perfect precision. The family business was founded in 1895 by the visionary founder Daniel Swarovski and can now look back on a long series of successful cooperations with tradesmen.
Only the best materials are used in the production of Swarovski crystals. Quartz, minerals and sand are processed into real crystals in a complex process. The exact formula is a trade secret Daniel Swarovski left to his heirs. With this formula and a new type of grinding machine, he was the first to produce the finest crystal that sparkles like diamonds. Since then, Swarovski has repeatedly achieved a new breakthrough in the crystal industry: One example is Platinum Pro Similisation, which makes Swarovski crystals resistant to environmental influences and mechanical processes of processing (e.g. soldering). This guarantees the premium quality and high brilliance of Swarovski stones.