Sterling Silver Hoop Earrings with Interchangeable Aurora Boreale, Dark Green, Red, Black and Dark Blue Swarovski Elements Drops
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Sterling Silver Hoop Earrings with Interchangeable Aurora Boreale, Dark Green, Red, Black and Dark Blue Swarovski Elements Drops

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  • 272/A, Juma Masjid Building, No. 3, 1st Floor, Bellasis Road, Mumbai Central , Mumbai
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Five pairs of interchangeable Swarovski crystal beads give these sterling silver hoop earrings built-in versatility. The simple round hoops can be worn solo, or threaded with multi-faceted beads in five beautiful colors: rich emerald green, dark blue, fiery red, jet black, and Aurore Boreale (a clear crystal that flashes rainbow colors when turned in the light). Mix, match, and combine to get the look you love.

The Swarovski Elements Story

Swarovski was founded in 1895 in Austria by Daniel Swarovski. He’s aptitude for invention and entrepreneurship formed the company that today employs more than 20,000 and has a presence in more than 120 countries. Daniel came up with a new invention and patented an automatic grinding machine that was to revolutionize the crystal industry and provide the basis for the family’s company long-lasting success.

The combination of fine crystal and precision cutting made the Swarovski name famous. These crystals were made into flawlessly cut jewelry stones. Chanel, Schiaparelli and Balenciaga were some if the famous designers that made Swarovski jewelry not "just acceptable"-but a fashion requirement.

Swarovski has always been on the cutting edge of innovation and creativity and today engages in intensive trend research so that the company’s product always reflect what is new, brilliant and beautiful.