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The Swarovski Cupidon Rhodium Plated Heart Shaped Ring for Women Model # 5119333 is a gorgeous individual jewelry item that is perfect to go along any kind of look. The ring is inspired from ribbon and features rhodium plating. It has clear crystal pave embellishments on the face. The knot and heart shaped design of the face is associated with love and eternity. This elegant ring is a perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your spouse, fiancé or lover. Its comfortable design makes it easy to remove and wear for long hours. Like all of our jewelry, this Swarovski Cupidon Rhodium Plated Heart Shaped Ring for Women is Brand New, and comes in its original packaging!
With a vision to make crystals accessible to a wider consumer base, Swarovski was founded in 1895 by Daniel Swarovski in a small town called Wattens, located in the Austrian Alps. A Bohemian jeweler by profession, Daniel Swarovski got an electric crystal cutting machine patented in his name. The machine helped increase Swarovski’s production potential and opened up his mind to new cutting styles and designs, catapulting him to global recognition wherein, the crystals were worn by the likes of Marilyn Monroe in the movie ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ and many other pop culture icons. Even after Swarovski’s death 1956, the company has been constantly reinventing the cutting styles and exploring new avenues in which Swarovski’s vision can be incorporated.