History of Swarovski

History of Swarovski


In 1892, Daniel Swarovski invented the first cutting machine in his 29, greatly improved the crystal cutting speed, accuracy and quality.

In 1913, Daniel Swarovski  Swarovski established the crystal manufactory with his three sons: Wilhelm, Friedrich and Alfred. They started making pure crystal with original materials. The success of Swarovski today also depends on the rigorous requirement in quality.

In 1931, Swarovski began to register patent for his crystal products, including the ribbon with crystal decorated, which could be used in the clothing and accessories.

In 1948, Swarovski established optical instrument department, named as HABICHT, they invented and sold accurate optical instruments such as telescope and collimator, which helped him quickly became the main supplier of the global market.

In 1956, Swarovski used a unique vacuum coat and created a “fantastic color” effect on crystal stone.

In 1960, Swarovski founded the first sales office in Germany. Now a day, more than 40 sales offices have been founded around the world to sell Swarovski crystal product.

In 1965, Swarovski began to launch flashing bright STRASS crystal droplight lappet, as a result, the STRASS crystal droplight lappet were adopted in the Metropolitan Opera house in New York and the Versailles Palace in Paris.

In 1976, the success story of Swarovski began from a glittering and translucent lovely crystal mouse. Since then, the other lifelike animal figures waked. Currently, there are more than 120 gifts or collections of this series.

In 1977, Swarovski introduced the first Swarovski jewelry series (Swarovski Jewelry Collection). Today, new products including the highest quality, fashionable creations and classical crystal jewelry designs will be launched each year for twice.

In 1987, association about Swarovski collection was established, the purpose was providing field and services to the crystal lovers. At present, the membership of this association is more than 43 millio


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