Properly use the Swarovski® trademark as an adjective.
A trademark functions as an adjective and must be used as such. Accordingly, do not use it as a noun, and do not make it plural or possessive.
Always use the Swarovski trademark as an adjective followed by the appropriate generic noun for the product or product category.
Our handbags are encrusted with glittering crystals from Swarovski®/Swarovski® crystals.
Swarovski® beads allow you to design your own personal jewelry creations.
Swarovski® chatons and flatbacks can be used in a number of applications.
The sparkle of crystals from Swarovski®/Swarovski® crystals is unparalleled.
Our handbags are encrusted with glittering Swarovskis.
Sewing on a Swarovski is easy.
A Swarovski’s sparkle is unparalleled.
A possibility of correct wording and word order is
“CUSTOMER BRAND” “product type” embellished with crystals from Swarovski®
E.g.: CUSTOMER BRAND bracelet embellished with crystals from Swarovski®
E.g.: A dazzling CUSTOMER BRAND silver bracelet embellished with aquamarine crystals from Swarovski®
Examples for wording alternatives:
…embellished with crystals from Swarovski® / embellished with Swarovski® crystals
…dazzling with crystals from Swarovski® / dazzling with Swarovski® crystals
…adorned with crystals from Swarovski® / adorned with Swarovski® crystals
…decorated with crystals from Swarovski® / decorated with Swarovski® crystals
…enriched with crystals from Swarovski® / enriched with Swarovski® crystals
…created with crystals from Swarovski® / created with Swarovski® crystals