Swarovski Bracelets

121 items found on June 22, 2018

Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker – $80
Swarovski® convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. Palladium plated stainless steel hardware. May be styled as wrap bracelet or choker. Multihued crystal-filled nylon fishnet tube. Approx. 15.3"L. Magnetic clasp. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Fuchsia – $60
Swarovski® convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. Palladium plated stainless steel hardware. May be styled as wrap bracelet or choker. Fuchsia crystal-filled nylon fishnet tube. Approx. 15.3"L. Magnetic clasp. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Blue, Medium – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with blue Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 15.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Crystal Mesh Bracelet, Purple, Small – $45
Swarovski® small bracelet from the Stardust Collection. Nylon fishnet tube filled with multihued fuchsia Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 7"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Red, Small – $80
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with red Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Blue, Small – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with blue Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Light Purple, Small – $60
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with light purple Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Mauve, Medium – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with purple Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 15.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Pink, Small – $80
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with pink Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Blue, Medium – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with blue Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 15.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Red, Medium – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with red Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 15.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Capri Blue, Small – $60
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with Capri blue Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Bright Red, Medium – $80
Swarovski® medium convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with bright red Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 15.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Bright Red, Small – $80
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with bright red Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Convertible Crystal Mesh Bracelet/Choker, Blue, Small – $80
Swarovski® small convertible bracelet from the Stardust Collection. May be styled as a double-wrap bracelet or as a choker. Nylon fishnet tube filled with blue Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 14.9"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Stardust Crystal Mesh Bracelet, Purple, Medium – $45
Swarovski® medium bracelet from the Stardust Collection. Nylon fishnet tube filled with multihued fuchsia Swarovski® crystals. Palladium-plated stainless steel magnetic clasp. Approx. 7.8"L. Imported. About Swarovski Swarovski, now a fifth-generation family-run business, was founded in 1895 by visionary inventor Daniel Swarovski. After completing a two-year apprenticeship at his father's glass-cutting factory in northern Bohemia (now part of the Czech Republic), Daniel Swarovski I patented his design for a machine to aid in cutting of crystal in 1892. An interest in precision-cut lead crystal led him to found Swarovski in 1895 in Wattens, Tyrol, Austria, in order to utilize the local hydroelectricity in his new factory. From creating the iridescent aurora borealis crystals alongside French designer Christian Dior in 1956 to inventing the "crystal mesh" (a metallic fabric composed of tightly woven crystals) seen in designs by Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Louis Vuitton in 1993, Swarovski continues to maintain the creativity and innovation it is known for and to flourish as a leader in cut crystal for fashion and home.
Silver-Tone Black Crystal and Crystaldust Open Cuff Bracelet – $69
Make magic with this gorgeous black crystal encrusted crystaldust open cuff bracelet from Swarovski featuring silver-tone mixed metal detail. Approximate diameter: size small 2-1/4, size medium 2-1/2".
Rose Gold-Tone Crystal Triangle Bangle Bracelet – SALE $90.30
Unique triangle-shaped crystals are joined by glistening pave on this exceptional bangle bracelet designed by Swarovski.
Bracelet, Round Crystal Tennis – $129
Add sheer elegance to your ensemble with a simple, sparkling bracelet. Swarovski's tennis-style bracelet features bezel-set round-cut crystals in silver-tone mixed metal. Approximate length: 7 inches.
Bracelet, Rose Gold-Tone Clear Crystal Tennis Bracelet – $129
Timelessly stylish. Glittering bezel-set clear crystals adorn Swarovski's best-selling tennis bracelet-an everyday essential for your jewelry wardrobe. Featuring a secure foldover clasp closure, it includes an extender. Crafted in rose gold-tone mixed metal. Approximate length: 6-7/10 inches.
Stainless Steel Slake Pulse Crystal Wrap Bracelet – $69
Take on an urban edge with this sleek stainless steel Slake Pulse wrap bracelet by Swarovski featuring sparkling crystals on Alcantara fabric. Approximate unwrapped length: 14-1/8".
Rose Gold-Tone Clear and Blue Crystal Evil Eye Adjustable Bangle Bracelet – $99
Pick your perfect fit with this adjustable bangle bracelet by Swarovski, featuring both blue and clear crystal accents.
Rose Gold-Tone Pvd Crystal Open Bangle Bracelet – $69
Tipped with clear stones, this open bangle bracelet by Swarovski flaunts cool pink rock crystal along its length. Designed in rose gold-tone Pvd mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2-1/4".
Silver-Tone Black Crystal and Crystaldust Open Cuff Bracelet – $69
Make magic with this gorgeous black crystal encrusted crystaldust open cuff bracelet from Swarovski featuring silver-tone mixed metal detail. Approximate diameter: size small 2-1/4, size medium 2-1/2".
Silver-Tone Multi-Charm Slider Bracelet – $99
Dazzling crystals and a mystical evil-eye are suspended from this Swarovski chain bracelet with a large halo crystal centerpiece.
Silver-Tone Multi-Crystal Bracelet – SALE $104.30
Exquisite marquise-shaped and round crystals come together to create the sparkling vine-like effect of this beyond beautiful bracelet by Swarovski. Crafted of silver-tone mixed metal. Approximate length: 6-1/2 inches.
Silver-Tone Crystal Rock Cuff Bracelet – SALE $48.30
Shine like stardust with this gorgeous Swarovski cuff bracelet, covered with twinkling crystal rocks.
Rose Gold-Tone Crystal Pave Interlocking Double Heart Bangle Bracelet – SALE $90.30
Intertwined hearts show your everlasting love in this glittery pave double heart bangle bracelet beautifully designed by Swarovski in warm rose gold-tone mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2-1/4 inches.
Crystal Pave Link Toggle Bracelet – SALE $55.30
For a look that goes from boardroom-chic to date night-dazzle try this shimmering crystal pave link toggle bracelet from Swarovski.
Signature Gold Zirconia Bangle Bracelet in 14k Gold over Resin – SALE $222.99
A hint of sparkle is created by a band of Swarovski zirconia on this Signature Gold bangle bracelet created in 14k gold over resin. Approximate diameter: 2-1/4".
Silver-Tone Pave Swan Hinged Bangle Bracelet – $169
Elegance and romance meet in this graceful pave swan hinged bangle bracelet exquisitely designed by Swarovski in silver-tone mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2-1/8".
Gold-Tone Large Blue Crystal and Pave Open Cuff Bracelet – $499
A large blue crystal engulfed in metallic and colored pave is the focal point of this dramatic open cuff bracelet created by Swarovski in gleaming gold-tone mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2-1/8".
Slake Deluxe Crystal Stud Wrap Bracelet – $69
Wrap star. A multi-row wrap silhouette sets apart this chic bracelet from Swarovski, which is embellished with glittering light-colored crystals. Its closure consists of two clear crystal buttons, letting you adjust the size. Crafted in golden Alcantara fabric. Approximate length: 14 inches.
Rhodium-Plated Crystal Swan Bangle Bracelet – $149
Graceful and elegant, this bangle bracelet from Swarovski flaunts their signature swan motif adorned with crystal pave. Crafted in rhodium-plated mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2-1/4 inches.
Crystaldust Wrap Bracelet – $89
Be a part of the glitterati in this glamorous crystaldust drop bracelet designed by Swarovski.
Bracelet, Small Crystal Tennis – $99
A timeless classic that can be worn alone or paired with other bracelets for a chic layered look. Swarovski's tennis bracelet features sparkling clear crystals in silver-tone mixed metal. Approximate length: 7-1/2 inches.
Crystal Halo Link Bracelet – $149
Shining crystals are enhanced by glittering pave halos in this elegant link bracelet created by Swarovski in silver-tone or rose gold-tone mixed metal. Approximate length: 6-3/8".
Slake Crystal Wrap Bracelet – $69
With flashes of sparkling accents, this twisted wrap bracelet from Swarovski brings glittering appeal to your look. With Alcantara fabric embellished with clear crystals. Snap closure. Approximate length: 14-3/5 inches.
Angelic Rhodium-Plated Crystal Bracelet – $149
Effortless style starts with a timeless design. This bracelet from Swarovski features a beautiful row of round crystals framed in crystal pave accents. Crafted in rhodium-plated mixed metal. Approximate length: 6-5/8 inches.
Rose Gold-Tone Crystal Swan Bangle Bracelet – $149
An elegant shimmering swan is the centerpiece of this beautiful rosy bangle bracelet by Swarovski. Crafted of rose gold-tone mixed metal. Approximate diameter: 2 inches.