Swarovski introduces a Masterpieces collection in India

Swarovski introduces the "Crystal Living Masterpieces 2014" collection in India

October 14, 2014: Swarovski has launched a brilliant collection for India, The Crystal Masterpieces 2014 exclusive figurines, comprising of the Crystal Myriad collection with the 'magnificent Phoenix' and 'The Black Stallion' along with an exclusive and benevolent addition 'The Buddha'.

Exclusive and luxurious, the Crystal Myriad collection pays tribute to Chinese mythology and to the symbolism of animals. 2014 sees the introduction of the Phoenix, which personifies the primordial force of the heavens and represents the virtues of loyalty, honesty, decorum and justice.

The Phoenix features exquisite craftsmanship which required 330 hours of work to precisely hand-set 46,900 crystals together. Placed with a delicate hand, this phoenix sports a kaleidoscope of colors, and is limited to 100 pieces worldwide.

2014 is 'The Year of the Horse' according to Chinese zodiac calendar, and Swarovski celebrates the beauty and elegance of this animal through one of its most exclusive lines. With contemporary design and masculine lines, The Black Stallion, is a sculptural interpretation of the stallion, limited to 888 numbered pieces worldwide. The innovative material mix of cut crystal, carbon and metal gives this stunning piece an aesthetic strength. Its 561 facets provide high impact sheen. 

The Buddha figurine is an opulent decorative item made of clear crystal. Sitting on matt black crystal base, the piece shines in faceted clear crystals with a matt finish. The Buddha figurine has been crafted with precision and further perfected by the smooth contouring. Crafted in two sizes - large and medium, The Buddha is made with utmost care and sophistication.

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