on 5th March 2008 | 3 Comments »
If you are a collector of Swarovski figurines, make sure that you add the Limited edition Pandas to your collection. Swarovski is offering the crystal series featuring endangered wildlife to spread the awareness among people and the first collection features pandas deigned by Heinz Tabertshofer.
The mother and cub panda set consists of two figurines in faceted crystal, created in clear and black diamond crystal with jet crystal eyes.
The mother panda holds a bamboo stalk while the cub seems to be playful. Swarovski will make a contribution to the company’s environmental projects with every purchase of a piece from the Swarovski Crystal Society Endangered Wildlife Trilogy.
Buy these limited edition crystal pandas for 380 Euros and do the world a favor.
“Golden Age” is the name of this new, er, product, the world’s first Apple MacBook Air to be fully crystallised with 12,000 “dazzling” Swarovski elements.
The reason it looks so darn shiny is that the crystals are specially coated with 24k gold from underneath so that the transparent crystals can reflect the true gold colour.
Inspired by a traditional Japanese pattern, each “Golden Age” takes a week to create as each crystal is apparently painstakingly applied one at a time on to the hand-painted surface.
With a limited edition of only 20 pieces worldwide this is described as “undoubtedly the ultimate luxury treat for the person who thought they had everything”. Aside from taste or sense, clearly.
The “Golden Age” is getting a CeBIT debut, but will be shown also at Selfridges, Oxford Street, where the department store will sell one of the 20 “Golden Age” notebooks as of 18th March.
on 27th February 2008 | 1 Comment »
The dazzling opera glasses comes studded with over 1,300 Swarovski crystals in multi-hued colors, comes with a 25mm lens, 3x magnification and central focusing to intensify the pleasure of your opera watching.
Velvet carry pouches ensure that your glasses sit safe and can be all yours for $300.
Here is Swarovski’s Limited Edition Crystal Toaster available for $300 at Neiman.
Designed by Russell Hobbs’, the Toaster features Glass and stainless steel embellished with more than 200 Swarovski crystals.
No Hello Kitty fan can afford to miss out on the new Hello Kitty Swarovski Zippo that will soon hit the market.
The brass zippo has etched Hello Kitty logo on both sides and is colored pink, the symbolic color of Hello Kitty, with Swarovski crystals encrusted to add to the zing.
It comes fitted in an acrylic case so that the crystals remain intact in case they fall off. Well, it is a limited edition collection, so place your orders and grab a piece before it disappears.
on 19th February 2008 | 2 Comments »
Featured above is an exclusive glass Scrabble board coated with around 30,000 Swarovski crystals exhibited at the American International Toy Fair in New York.
Designed by Hasbro, the board marks the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the game.
Priced at $20,000, the game is anticipated to be auctioned coming summer with all the proceedings donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.