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Swarovski Crystal Beads
Made in Austria, Swarovski is the worlds leading producer of precision cut crystal beads. Swarovski Crystal Elements are available in a wide array of shapes, colors, and sizes for enhancing any jewelry design.
Swarovski Elements Beads, Pendants, Pearls and Components come in a large variety of shapes and cuts and more than 50 colors and effects including the latest trend colors.
Swarovski Crystals have been made in Austria since the company was begun by Daniel Swarovski in 1895. These crystals are considered the finest of cut crystal beads because of their quality, their brightness and their precision. The Swarovski elements are considered the finest of all Swarovski crystals and are the first choice for the companies' designers.
Today, Too Cute Beads (www.toocutebeads.com) carries a wide range of Swarovski Crystal Elements as beads for sale individually or in bags that carry multiples. The Swarovski Crystal Beads come in a variety of shapes, including hearts, diagonal cubes, waves, bicones, footballs, rounded, rings, columns, briolettes, saucers and owlets. Some of these are perfect for stringing onto a necklace, earrings or a bracelet, while others are meant to be sewn onto clothing. Swarovski Crystal Beads come in more than 50 colors and effects, including colors that are trending now. Common beading options include black, gold, silver, copper, red, amethyst and fuchsia, depending on the piece selected.
To see which colors each cut and style comes in, click on the individual bead. Most come in a variety of sizes and colors. The options can enhance any jewelry design for a truly individual piece of jewelry made with thoughtfulness and care.
Swarovski Crystal Beads can be used to enhance an existing design or to create an entirely new one. Use them with our other crystal beads and jewelry supplies to create unique pieces. The beads are affordable, but still created with the attention and quality of all Swarovski Crystals since the late 19th century.