Swarovski introduced the Swarovski Lovlots figurines in 2006.Â The Swarovski Lovlots were not just crystal figurinesâ¦.they were animal caricatures vibrant in color, each with a personality of its own.
The initial group of Swarovski Lovlots is known as the Swarovski Lovlots Pioneers. There were 8 animals in the Lovlots Pioneers. These Swarovski crystal figurines were all clear in color.
In 2008, the next group launch of Swarovski Lovlots was the Swarovski Gang of Dogs. The Gang of Dogs consisted of 4 dogs, plus a Swarovski Limited Edition Dog (Violetta) that was only available in 2008. Find out more in our Kristall Buzz News with Gang of Dogs Video.
In 2009, the Swarovski House of Cats group was introduced. The House of Cats was comprised of 5 cats, a cat pair, and a Swarovski Limited Edition Cat (Theo) that was only available in 2009. More information is available in our Kristall Buzz News with House of Cats Video.
In 2010, the Swarovski City Park group was released. The Swarovski City Park included 8 critters that may be found in the park, a bird pair, and a Swarovski Limited Edition Woodpecker (Ziggy) that was only available in 2010. See our Kristall Buzz News with City Park Video for more about this series.
In 2011, the Swarovski Circus group was announced.Â The Swarovski Circus encompasses many favorites found at a circusâ¦.6 animals, a 7th animal that is available for a limited time only, and a Swarovski Limited Edition Horse (Jade) that is only to be available in 2011.Â See our Kristall Buzz News on the Swarovski Circus about the official launch.
Now, after the short background introduction, you will be pleased to know that there is a web site with the Swarovski Lovlots Retirements in a free and easy-to-use format. RetiredSwarovski.com has a series of web pages with Swarovski Lovlots Retirements, 2006 through 2011. If you want to know what year a Swarovski Lovlots figurine retired, type it in the ‘search’ box of the site, and the results list will indicate a list of possibilities for a collector to select from to make getting the retirement year (answer) successful.
At RetiredSwarovski.com, it is also possible to print out the fact sheet listings by year of Swarovski Lovlots retirements, 2006 to 2011. The fact sheets are very useful in knowing which figurines retired in which years. The fact sheets include small photos, official Swarovski Product Name, Swarovski Part Number, Swarovski System Number, Swarovski Designer, Year Introduced, and Year Retired.
Crystal Exchange America has a selection of Retired Swarovski Lovlots figurines in their online store. If there is a Swarovski Lovlots crystal figurine absent from your display, visit the web site now, or if it is something that they can locate for you.
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