Swarovski Elements Bead Colour Chart

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Swarovski Elements Bead Colour Chart
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  • Description
These really useful charts have all the SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS colours currently available in the 4mm XILION bead. This is 2015 chart, the most recent edition that Swarovski have released.

Working from left to right, the columns 1,2 & 3 have the colours from the crystal colour range sewn on next to their colour AB (aurora borealis) equivalents, for example crystal is sewn on next to crystal ab, white opal is sewn on next to white opal ab. The AB colours are a half coated crystal. The 4mm Xilion crystal is used.

Column 4 shows all of the SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS range of bead shapes.

Please note that although we don't stock every Swarovski crystal bead or pendant we can order any item in (subject to minimum quantities).

The fifth and final column has a selection of bead shapes in the SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS range of components, not comphrensive in the least but as it says at the bottom of the column, designer's choice SINCE 1895.

The chart is made from rigid plastic and is layered so the thread that is holding the beads to the board cannot be seen. On the reverse of the card there is also a small number of beads attached showing an example of SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS ceramic, crystal print and crystal blend ranges with a small amount of additional marketing and product information.

There is a hinged leg that allows the chart to stand on a desk or a bracket that allows you to mount it to a wall depending on how you would want to display this very useful tool. The chart comes packaged in a bubble wrap bag with a foam sheet to further protect the crystals and this in turn is packed in to a book shaped box, which makes this very easy, safe and secure to transport

This is an ideal tool for small jewellery making businesses, allowing you and your clientele to see the range that SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS can offer you.

Brand Swarovski
Colour Assorted