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Synonymous with sparkle, Swarovski has enjoyed more than a century of celebrity as one of the
world's finest purveyors of cut glass. Launched in 1895 in the Austrian town of Wattens, Swarovski rapidly
grew from a small-scale crystal cutting company to a worldwide distributor of high-end cut glass
Originally known as A. Kosman, D. Swartz & Company, the brand set out to create high-quality
elegant crystal and cut glass pieces. From animal figurines to perfume bottles, Swarovski's team has
developed brilliant designs, which contribute to the luxury appeal and widespread demand for their
Swarovski continues to diversify their offerings today. They've pursued lines of smaller decorative
objects, such as Disney character figurines, while also sponsoring large-scale projects in which they can
showcase their talents, such as the placement of a Swarovski-designed chandelier in the recent film
adaptation of "Phantom of the Opera." Throughout this innovation, Swarovski maintains its dedication to
craftsmanship excellence, a quality that links all of their pieces.
Older Swarovski items will bear the company's original logo, an edelweiss flower
Swarovski has had the pleasure of creating the 9-foot-wide star that rests atop the Rockefeller Center
Christmas tree every year for the last decade
Swarovski's hometown of Wattens features the Swarovski Kristallwelten, a museum dedicated to the
brand that offers alternating exhibitions on the company's products and design process