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Sunglasses Swarovski with original case and cloth, microfiber
In 1895, Daniel Swarovski , a bohemian inventor and visionary, moved to the village of Wattens, Tyrol in austria, with his new invention designed for cutting and polishing crystals for jewellery. From this humble beginning, Swarovski has become the world's leading producer of cut crystal for fashion, jewelry and more recently lighting, architecture and interiors.
Today the company, still family-owned and managed by members of the family, the 5th generation, has a global reach with approximately 26.100 employees, a presence in over 120 countries and a turnover in 2011 of € 2220000000. Swarovski comprises two major businesses; one producing and selling crystal elements with the industry and other design-driven finished products.
Swarovski crystals have become an essential ingredient of international design. Since 1965 the company has also catered to the fine jewellery industry with precision-cut manufactured crystals and gemstones authentic. Highlighting the creativity that is at the heart of the company, Swarovski 's own lines brand's accessories, jewelry and objects for the home are sold in more than 2,200 stores all over the world.
Another important result is the Swarovski Crystal Society has about 300,000 members worldwide, and brings together enthusiasts and collectors of the famous figurines. Founded in 1995 in Wattens, Swarovski Kristallwelten , the multimedia museum of crystal celebrates Swarovski's universe s 'of innovation and inspiration.