RetiredSwarovski.com is an established web site known for its up-to-date listings of Swarovski Crystal retirements. Recently, the Crystal Myriad product line of Swarovski Limited Editions has been added to the site documenting those Swarovski sculptures that the crystal brand has retired.
In 2009, Swarovski introduced four Crystal Myriad sculptures: a dragon Swarovski Jinlong, an elephant Swarovski Matang, a falcon Swarovski Alsaqr Almalaki, and a stallion Swarovski Amurath. According to the RetiredSwarovski.com web site, two of these four items are now retired.
Swarovski used their own signature pointiage technique to apply 32,000 – 63,000 hand-set crystals. This same technique is also being used on the Swarovski Limited Edition Hello Kitty figurine which is to launch near August, 2011. The Swarovski Hello Kitty sculpture will be limited to 88 pieces world-wide and will have approximately 20K hand-set crystals.
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