Crystal Options

Below is a gallery of unedited Swarovski® crystal photos, shot in natural, indirect light. If you hover on a crystal color you can click the link in the upper righthand corner to see a video of the crystals shot in a lightbox with 5600k daylight balanced LEDs. These images were obtained in an attempt to show as true of a representation of their color as possible in a variety of lighting conditions. If you would also like to see videos of the crystals obtained in natural daylight, you may also visit our Instagram page and watch our highlighted story titled "Crystals". Please be aware that there may be color variations from screen-to-screen, and there are also natural variations from from crystal-to-crystal.

Availability of crystal colors, especially with the changes Swarovski has recently made to their distribution system, is subject to change at any time. We try our absolute best to keep our stock updated in the chart below as accurately as possible, however, if a color is ordered that becomes unavailable, we will contact you as soon as possible to arrange for a replacement color.

  • What are Swarovski® crystals?
  • Can I only choose Swarovski crystal colors shown on the product page?
  • What does the ss20, 34 and 40 mean?
  • How do you clean crystals? Can they get wet?
  • Swarovski crystals are a man-made glass crystal that refract light similar to that of a diamond. They are manufactured in Austria by a patented process that cannot be duplicated by other manufacturers. The crystals have a Mohs hardness of between 6-7 so its susceptible to scratches and chipping from wear and tear but at the same time it’s harder than standard glass. The combination of a secret chemical formula and the highest degree of precision cut produces the world-renowned Swarovski crystal, known for their unrivaled brilliance.

  • Swarovski literally has hundreds of color options available. Because the number of options available can be overwhelming for most customers, we have chosen a few of our favorites that are considered our "shop staples". A photograph of our "shop staple" crystals is shown in each Embellished product listing (and are are noted below with an asterisk). When designing your collar, you do not feel limited to choosing colors from our shop staples. Examples of crystals we have special ordered for others are shown below (lacking an asterisk); also listed on each image is the size for each crystal that is available and that we have in stock. If you do not see the color that you would like below, we can always look into having a certain color special ordered for you. Please feel free to contact us and we would be more than happy to check if it is available from our distributor. 

  • ss20, ss34 and ss40 denote the size of the crystal. For the sake of simplicity, ss20 are the small crystals; ss34 are the medium crystals; and ss40 are the large crystals. In each photo below, we denote which size(s) we have access to for the particular color at this time. If you would like to know which crystal sizes are utilized in any of our Embellished products, please click on the 'Materials' tab in the product's description. Swarovski is continuously developing new cuts, shades and sizes of crystals, and releasing/discontinuing various colors and/or crystal effects. Due to this fact, the availability of crystal colors and sizes are subject to change at anytime based upon our current stock and also our supplier's inventory.

  • For general maintenance, you may use a dry, lint-free cloth to lightly polish the crystals in a circular motion. For a deeper cleaning, use a soft bristle tooth brush; lightly wet the brush and clean the crystals in a gentle circular motion. Do not brush aggressively or use this method regularly, as you may remove some of the thin, protective coating on the crystals. We do not recommend that collars adorned with crystals be allowed exposure to salt or brackish water. While most crystals can sustain exposure to plain water quite well, some crystals types (mostly bottom-coated crystals) may lose their coloring after swimming/water exposure. For that reason, we do not recommend the that the following stones be allowed to get wet (Bermuda Blue, Electra, Heliotrope, Meridian Blue, Silver Night, Tabac, Vitrail Light, Vitrail Medium, or Volcano). We do understand that accidents can happen, however, and as a part of our Lifetime Warranty we will replace crystals that lose their color due to water exposure up to one time.