Limited Edition Swarovski

Swarovski Limited Edition Uniqueness

Swarovski has a unique appeal and classic beauty in the crystal figurines it designs and produces. The sparkle in the sunlight is amazing to say the least. Once drawn in, it is hard not to become an official Swarovski just happens.

We hear that same story from many Swarovski crystal owners. They have a shelf full of Swarovski figurines, and the next step is then to join the Swarovski SCS. SCS has been an acronym for several Swarovski clubs. It originally mean Swarovski Collectors Society. SCS now stands for Swarovski Crystal Society. No matter what SCS stands for, it is still an exclusive privilege that allows club members to purchase some of the Swarovski Limited Edition pieces that are not for sale to the general public.

Swarovski LE / Swarovski NLE Crystal Offerings

Swarovski LE - Swarovski Limited Edition. The manufacturer creates a Swarovski Limited Edition figurine each year, exclusive to the SCS. Since the inception of the SCS, the crystal brand has produced the following Swarovski LE series:

  • Caring and Sharing (1987 - 1989)

  • Mother and Child (1990 - 1992)

  • Inspiration Africa (1993 - 1995)

  • Fabulous Creatures (1996 - 1998)

  • Masquerade (1999 - 2001)

  • Magic of Dance (2002 - 2004)

  • Wonders of the Sea (2005 - 2007)

  • Endangered Wildlife (2008 - 2010)

Swarovski NLE - Swarovski Numbered Limited Edition. Every couple years, the company creates a Swarovski Limited Edition crystal figurine, generally limited by quantity, and offered to the SCS membership first. Since they are limited by quantity, and are each uniquely numbered, these are considered to be Swarovski Numbered Limited Editions (Swarovski NLE). Nearly all of the Swarovski NLE below have a maximum production of 10,000 figurines. These numbered limited edition pieces include:

These Swarovski NLE have always been introduced with a hefty price tag, in the range of $1800 - $4000. Swarovski accessories include a hard and sturdy case with lock and key, special Swarovski certificate, gloves, and a cleaning cloth.

Swarovski NLE Recognition

In addition to the Swarovski logo on the crystal, there is a unique number on each figurine. There is an accompanying certificate with the number indicating the maximum production of these striking figurines. When purchasing the Swarovski NLE figurines from Swarovski, a professional Retired Swarovski Dealer, or even in the online auctions, it is crucial to make sure that the number on the crystal matches exactly with the number on the certificate.