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Swarovski White Crystal Pearls
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3 1/8'' x 1 1/8'' x 1/8''
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Inspired by the classic Swarovski swan symbol, this Swarovski Iconic Swan Stainless Steel Bag Charm with Micro Crystal Pearls and Silver Plated Swarovski Medallion Model# 5413623 will make an elegant and timeless addition to your collection. It features a bag charm made of stainless steel for durability and everlasting shine. The charm is stunningly encrusted with delicate crystal pearls and lines of clear pave for added shine and shimmer. It also has a silver-plated Swarovski medallion securely attached to a lobster clasp and spiral ring embossed with the Swarovski brand logo. This elegant charm will make a lovely gift on any occasion.
Like all our ornaments, this Swarovski Iconic Swan Stainless Steel Bag Charm with Micro Crystal Pearls and Silver Plated Swarovski Medallion 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 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 in 1956, the company has been constantly reinventing the cutting styles and exploring new avenues in which Swarovski’s vision can be incorporated.