In 1891, Daniel Swarovski's vision was to create 'a diamond for everyone'. He invented an electric machine that cut more accurately then ever before, marking the beginning of a new era for crystal. From America jazz halls to Parisian Haute Couture, dresses dripped with beads and Swarovski crystals, reflecting the excitement of the 1920's. Want to learn more? Check out our blog post HERE
Today, Swarovski crystals are used on Clothing, Bags, Shoes, Nail Art, and of course, for Jewellery Making! We stock a large range of Swarovski Bicones, Chatons, Flat Back Crystals, Crystalettes and more!