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Spotlight: Swarovski's Tassau

Posted on February 28 2018

Swarovski are known for creating the most beautiful and expensive crystal in the world. Turning a timeless material into contemporary designs, they remain at the top of the luxury lighting game. The brand was born in 1891 from the dream of Daniel Swarovski. That dream was to create “a diamond for everyone”. Inventing a machine that could cut diamond more accurately than ever before in order to bring that dream to life, Daniel laid the foundation for a company that prides itself on market leading engineering and one of a kind handiwork. Perhaps more famed for their jewellery and accessories, Swarovski have built from a long-standing history to stand ahead of trends. Keeping ethics and integrity as the core company values, the family-run business boasts an unrivalled expertise, capable of bringing an air of glamour to any location. Combining crystal and light, Swarovski Lighting creations are famed for their sparkling wonder. Intricately crafted, each creation is designed with character in mind. From chandeliers to lamps, whether it’s extravagance or simplicity you’re searching for, Swarovski Lighting designs are peerless in their creation. One of their latest creations has been unveiled as the peerless Tassau, a fixture with two tone metal tassels and glimmering crystal rings that celebrates the ornate accents found within traditional and opulent interiors of the past. "Tassau is an Art Deco-inspired chandelier that brings the glamour of the era into the 21st century, with a play on the popular fashion trend of tassel accents," Swarovski describe. "Intricately designed and carefully handcrafted metal tassels are suspended from circular pieces of sparkling crystal rings." They go on to portray that "small details like the exquisite crystal banding on the two-tone tassels and a glimmering metallic effect on the underside of the crystal ring epitomizes the luxury of bygone days when ornate handmade tassels accented the furnishings found within opulent interiors."