Have you heard of the holiday “Pi Day”? It was a “new” one for me, despite having 3 school-age math enthusiasts in the family. Pi, more commonly recognized as π, is an irrational number, that roughly translates to 3.1415926535… So now, it may be more clear that Pi Day was 3/14/2012 …. Wednesday, March 14th. My math enthusiasts created π shirts, memorized many sequential digits in π (about 200!), and made π food treats.
So wouldn’t it be appropriate for Swarovski fanatics to celebrate with a yummy slice of Swarovski Pie? I don’t believe that there are any Swarovski Pie figurines, but there are some dessert figurines in the Swarovski Crystal Moments product line that have an equally good imaginary taste to crystal fanatics. These sweet desserts include:
- Swarovski Ice Cream Sundae – 9460 000 046 / 182 046. This figurine was designed by Anton Poppinger. The Ice Cream Sundae was produced from 1994 through 1998. It was a part of the “Childhood Dreams” group and originally retailed for $25. The Swarovski Ice Cream Sunday is a crystal goblet with ice cream topped with a metal umbrella and a straw for sipping. The Crystal Moments Ice Cream Sunday typically sells in the $50 – $70 range on the secondary market.
- Swarovski Piece of Cake – 9460 000 026 / 174 106. This figurine was designed by Gabriele Stamey. The Piece of Cake was produced from 1993 through 2000. It was a part of the “In Familiar Surroundings” group and originally retailed for $25. The Swarovski Piece of Cake is a crystal slice of cake with a metal fork and pottery-type decorated plate. The Crystal Moments Piece of Cake typically sells in the $40 – $60 range on the secondary market.
- Swarovski Fruit Bowl – 9460 000 069 / 200 226. This figurine was designed by Edith Mair. The Fruit Bowl was produced from 1996 through 1999. It was a part of the “In Familiar Surroundings” group and originally retailed for $40. The Swarovski Fruit Bowl is a crystal bowl with three pieces of metal fruit: a banana, a pear, and grapes . The Crystal Moments Fruit Bowl typically sells in the $40 – $60 range on the secondary market.
So if you are looking for any of these retired Crystal Moments figurines, be sure to check out the Crystal Exchange America website, and look in the Crystal Moments category (on the left side of the screen)
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