Easter is just around the corner, and many people enjoy watching the young ones participating in Easter Egg hunts, visiting the Easter Bunny, and receiving Easter baskets filled with candy and trinkets.
Even grown-ups sometimes enjoy creating an Easter basket filled with sweets and treasures for that special someone in their life.
If your special someone is among the many Swarovski crystal fanatics, perhaps Swarovski Easter Eggs would make a nice gift tucked away among the marshmallow bunnies, jelly beans, and chocolate eggs.
The Swarovski Easter Eggs were a set of five eggs: Clear, Pink, Peridot, Jonquil and Sapphire. They were produced less than 2 years, beginning in 2004 and retiring in 2005. Each egg in the set is approximately 1 inch long. Elke Kumar was the Swarovski designer credited for the crystal creation. The Swarovski Easter Eggs can be identified using the following company-assigned reference numbers: 9448 000 028 / 665 193 / 680 705.
If you are thinking that you like the idea, the Swarovski Easter Eggs can be found at Crystal Exchange America web site: http://www.crystalexchange.com/ . The Swarovski crystal eggs start at $75 + shipping and many can be shipped out within 2 days of order initiation.
Swarovski crystal figurines are available at Crystal Exchange America, a professional brokerage service of 15 years, dedicated to helping Swarovski collectors buy and sell retired Swarovski crystal figurines, ornaments, and collectibles.
Crystal Exchange America is reputable, knowledgeable, and has a world-wide customer base with thousands of satisfied customers. Swarovski crystal fanatics can go to www.CrystalExchange.com to obtain more information about safely listing, buying, and selling retired Swarovski, limited edition Swarovski, Swarovski Silver Crystal, and Swarovski crystal figurines.
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