In beautifully contrasting colours, the two companions of this Limited Edition wear their evening dress with elegance: a pearl necklace for Madam and a bow tie for Sir. Thus accessorised, the “Glamour Mo’s” dazzle with a thousand sparkles while still retaining the offbeat, whimsical and endearing touch that has made them such a success. With their star allure, the “Glamour Mo’s” are sparkling and playful characters. A real musthave for any collector!
Female figurine: body in faceted Platinum White Desert Glow crystal, horns in White Pearl crystal, eyes in Jet Nut crystal and pearl necklace with flower accent in Golden Shadow crystal.
Male figurine: body in faceted Jet Hematite crystal, horns in White Pearl crystal and bow tie in Chrome crystal.
In 1895, Daniel Swarovski I, a Bohemian inventor and visionary, moved to the village of Wattens, Tyrol in Austria, with his newly-invented machine for cutting and polishing crystal jewellery stones. From this beginning that revolutionised the fashion world, Swarovski has grown to be the world’s leading producer of precision-cut crystal for fashion, jewellery and more recently lighting, architecture and interiors. Today, the Swarovski group, still family-owned and run by 4th and 5th generation family members, has a global reach with some 24,800 employees, a presence in over 120 countries and a turnover in 2009 of 2.25 billion Euros. Swarovski comprises two major businesses, one producing and selling loose elements to the industry and the other creating designdriven 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 genuine and created gemstones. Showing the creativity that lies at the heart of the company, Swarovski’s own brand lines of accessories, jewellery and home décor items are sold through more than 1,800 retail outlets worldwide. The Swarovski Crystal Society has close to 350,000 members across the world, keen collectors of the celebrated crystal figurines. And in Wattens, Swarovski Kristallwelten, the multi-media crystal museum, was opened in 1995 as a celebration of Swarovski’s universe of innovation and inspiration. The Swarovski group also includes Tyrolit®, manufacturing grinding tools, Swareflex, for road safety reflectors and Swarovski Optik, producing precision optical instruments.