Crystal Pearls are perfect replicas of genuine pearls. They are made of a unique crystal core covered with an innovative coating, which features a silky smooth, rounded surface. They are available in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors.
If “diamonds are a girl’s best friend,” then pearls might be described as her lifetime companion. Swarovski has reinvented these quintessential symbols of elegance and grace in the shape of Swarovski Crystal Pearls—perfect replicas of the real thing.
Available in several styles with a crystal core and a unique finish in a vast range of colors, the convex surface has the identical silky texture and sheen of a high-quality natural pearl. What’s more, Swarovski Crystal Pearls adapt to the skin’s warmth in exactly the same way.
Who are Swarovski Crystal Pearls for?
Lustrous Swarovski Crystal Pearls offer many creative options for designers, artisans, DIY hobbyists, and resellers in fashion, accessories, jewelry, and home décor.
What are Swarovski Crystal Pearls’ Details?
With the flawless perfection of deep-sea pearls and the durability of precision-cut crystals, Swarovski Crystal Pearls are resistant to environmental factors such as UV light, scratches, and perspiration. They are delivered either knotted or loosely threaded—the choice is yours. Just as with natural pearls, Swarovski Crystal Pearls come in round, drop, pear, spherical and flattened shapes, in sizes ranging from 3mm–12mm. Some have no hole at all (Crystal NoHole Pearl), while others in the collection offer different diameters of full hole, half-hole, or large hole, enabling a variety of application methods.
Swarovski Crystal Pearls’ dazzling palette includes 26 Crystal Colors, such as Crystal White Pearl, Crystal Cream Pearl and Crystal Powder Rose Pearl, plus 9 Crystal Pearls Gem Colors exemplified by Crystal Coral Pearl and Crystal Dark Lapis Pearl. A further 7 mesmerizing Crystal Pearls Iridescent Colors include Crystal Pearlescent White Pearl and Crystal Scarabaeus Green Pearl—the latter designed by couturier Jean Paul Gaultier. Crystal Pearls Neon Colors offer 5 vibrant tones, such as Crystal Neon Yellow Pearl and Crystal Neon Red Pearl, while 5 muted Crystal Pearls Pastel Colors include Crystal Pastel Blue Pearl and Crystal Pastel Green Pearl. As you would expect from Swarovski, in contrast with many other brands on the market, every color and effect is homogenous within each style, from small to large, regardless of size.
Where/When Should Swarovski Crystal Pearls Be Used?
Described by experts as a perfect imitation of genuine pearls, smooth and flawless Swarovski Crystal Pearls are very popular embellishments in the fashion and jewelry segments. Prized for their ability to add subtle sparkle to fashion designs, including upgrading basics such as blouses, shirts and cardigans, Swarovski Crystal Pearls also have a special place in the world of jewelry making, adding luster to necklaces, bracelets and earrings. They are versatile additions to designs, combining easily with other Swarovski components, such as Crystal Beads and Crystal Pendants.
Why Swarovski Crystal Pearls?
Swarovski stands for unrivaled quality, heritage, and expertise. Our commitment to creating the world’s finest crystals has made Swarovski Crystal Pearls the market leaders, chosen by designers and artisans for their startling closeness to genuine pearls in both look and feel—even absorbing the warmth of the skin. Made according to the same lead-free* Advanced Crystal formula as the rest of the Swarovski crystal assortment, Swarovski Crystal Pearls are not only flawless, they are also known for their durability, offering resistance to scratches, UV light and perspiration.
* Crystal glass and all other materials containing 0.009 % (90ppm) lead or less
How Are Swarovski Crystal Pearls Applied?
Application methods vary, from Crystal NoHole Pearl, which is applied by gluing or setting, to the full-hole Classic Round Pearl, suitable for sewing, knitting, crocheting, beading, threading, weaving, knotting, and wire working. In addition, Swarovski Crystal Pearls come in half-hole versions that are applied using a small pin to make delicate, filigree jewelry pieces. Different-sized holes facilitate different treatments—for example, large-hole versions such as Crystal Pearl (large hole), Crystal Baroque Pearl, and Crystal Coin Pearl can even be threaded with fabric or leather.