9524 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115
Tues-Sat 10am-6pm, Closed Sun & Mon



Until 1892, crystal items were all hand faceted by highly skilled professionals. Then, in 1892, Bohemian Daniel Swarovski invented a machine that made it possible to cut and mass produce crystals. Over time, these machines became more and more refined, resulting in the crisp facets of Swarovski crystals and allowing the huge selection of crystal objects and beads that we see today.

What separates crystals from glass is the high content of lead oxide particles resulting in heaver weight and extreme sparkle.

We carry over 1400 different Swarovski cuts, colors, and sizes. In bi-cones, we carry size 3mm, 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, and some 10mm. Rounds we carry in 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, 10mm, and some 12mm. Cubes we carry in 4mm, 6mm, 8mm, and 10mm. We have 12 colors in the graphic cut, 2 sizes of the polygon cut, and the cosmic cut.   We have the crystal rondelles in 2sizes.  We have the top drilled and traditional briolette pendants as well as 2 sizes of baroque pendants.

We have a wide selection of Swarovski crystals at super prices.  We stock all our crystals loose at prices competitive with bulk prices; so you don’t have to buy a bag of 50 or more when you only need 2 to make a pair of earrings. Our customers appreciate that they can make the one bracelet with 7 different colors at a great price without having to invest in 50+ beads per color.


In addition to Swarovski crystal beads, we also sell a variety of Swarovski finding including rhinestone rondells and squaredells in sterling and base metal, rhinestone balls, and even some vintage Swarovski findings.