Swarovski Gemstones

Swarovski gemstones are delicate and beautiful and should be handled with the upmost care. The gemstones are cut and polished using the highest standards and deliver a stunning brilliance and bright bold colors that are a beautiful compliment to both silver and gold metals.

What is Swarovski?

Swarovski gemstones came to be by a man names Daniel Swarovski. He was the son of a glass cutter in Bohemia and in 1892, he invented an electric cutting machine that was used in the art of producing crystal glass. By using the cutting machine, the crystals were able to be cut with more precision than if they were cut by hand.

Swarovski crystals themselves are man-made gemstones and are manufactured in Austria. They are made using a combination of quartz sand and natural minerals and slowly cooled to avoid any imperfections. The lack of imperfections combines with the raw materials used and the precision cutting is what gives Swarovski gemstones the brilliance they are known all over the world for.

Why would I want Swarovski Gemstones?

Swarovski is known for their high quality gemstones and their high precision cuts. They have a shine and brilliance that is far superior to that of any other gemstone. They are made from the highest quality materials and from production to polishing, you are getting a gemstone that is unsurpassed in quality and brilliance.

Caring for your Swarovski Gemstones

We suggest that you polish your Swarovski jewelry with a soft cloth to help it maintain its lustrous finish. You can also clean it by hand with non-abrasive soaps such as dish soap and warm water then use the dry lint free cloth to enhance the brilliance of the stone. A toothbrush rubbed gently across the surface can also help remove any build-up or oils in hard to reach place on your jewelry. Never use harsh or abrasive cleaners such as glass or windows cleaners to clean your Swarovski gemstones.

Swarovski gemstones have an enormous hardness and resistance. However, hard contact and knocking against hard objects with the jewelry can scratch or chip the gemstone. Removing your Swarovski jewelry when taking part in vigorous activities can also ensure that your personalized jewelry does not accidentally get damaged.