Swarovski is constantly creating and inventing new colors. While some colors may be ‘colored crystal’, other colors may be coatings applied to the surface are of crystal components.
Remember the Swarovski Paperweights? They were neither colored crystal, nor coatings applied to the surface area. The Swarovski Paperweights were colored using a special technique where the color was applied to the base, prior to felt being applied.
As we get so many questions about the various colors, there is now a new page on the Crystal Exchange America web site to explain some of the colors, as well as the different shapes that Swarovski Paperweights were available in.
As many crystal fanatics know, the huge price variation has to do with shape, color, and how rare or common the shape and color combination are.
If you are looking for a particular Swarovski paperweight shape, check out the Swarovski Paperweights presently available in the online store.
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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