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We always advise our customers to keep in mind the status of a certain product in a particular size and color. If you’re not sure whether your desired crystal is standard or not, you can always contact us. Read more about each of these categories below.

Crystal Mesh

Swarovski Forward Integrated Items

On the other hand, these products are being produced upon customer’s wish and order. Since you first have to configurate them, i.e., you have to choose, for example, type, size and color of carrier material, plating, setting, stone etc., prices vary and there is no fix price list for them. These items usually have a 5-digit item number and can be also divided into 6 main categories:

By clicking each of these categories you will open a PDF-file with all information and available sizes and colors.

6 Main Swarovski Crystal Categories

Swarovski Round Stones

Round Stones

Round Stones start with number 1 and have a pointed back. There are 17 shapes available in this category, but the most popular ones are 1088 and 1122. You might be wondering why some of these stones have a letter U or F next to their numbers. The letter F stands for Foiled, which means that the crystal has metal foiling on the back which reflects the light and produces that so much desirable shine and sparkle. Without the foiling the light just passes through the crystal and that’s what the letter U denotes – Unfoiled. Unfoiled crystals are, therefore, transparent, you can see the surface behind them, which limits their usage.Swarovski 1088 Xirius Chaton

When talking about bestselling crystals in tis category there is one more thing we would like to point out. The round stone 1088 starts with the size PP14 (∅ 2 mm). If you need smaller size, then choose the cut 1028 which starts with PP2 (∅ 0,90 mm) and goes up to PP13 (∅ 1,90 mm). Generally speaking, round stones are most often used for jewelry design, but many fashion designers also use them for textile embellishment by sewing them on the garment with an appropriate sew-on setting. Another way to use these round stones is to glue them with Swarovski Ceralun 2-component clay which is available in 17 colors.

At the bottom of this category in our shop you will find the plastic color chart set with real stones which shows you all the colors that a particular product or product group comes in. Last year we wrote an article explaining Swarovski color variations. In that article you can download all color charts in PDF format so we’re not going to go into too much detail on that here.

Flat Backs Hotfix and No Hotfix

Flat Backs

Flat Back crystals start with number 2 and have a flat reverse side so that you can glue them on to various surfaces. They come in 60 different shapes and in plenty of colors. For Flat Backs No Hotfix you need an external glue. People use them mainly for nailart, textile, shoes and home décor items. The 2 most popular cuts are 2058, which goes up to size SS 10 (∅ 2,70 – 2,90 mm), and 2088, which starts with SS12 (∅ 2 – 3,20 mm) and goes up to SS48 (∅ 10,90 – 11,30 mm).Swarovski 2058 Flat Back No Hotfix

Flat Backs Hotfix come with a thin layer of a heat sensitive glue on the reverse side. This glues is being activated by the heat of a household iron, hotfix applicator or heat press. This kind of application guarantees a long lasting crystal effect which is so much desirable when it comes embellishing of textile, dance dresses, gymnastic leotards, etc. The 2 most commonly used shapes of Flat Backs No HF are 2038 and 2078.

Sew-on Stones

Sew-on Stones

Depending on the shape, Swarovski sew-on crystals come with 1, 2 or 3 holes and are perfect for sewing onto clothes, wedding dresses, home accessories, etc. You can also combine them with other types of crystals to create one of a kind sparkling jewelry. These crystals start with number 3 and the most popular in this category are Swarovski 3288 Xirius and 3223 Navette Sew-on Stone.Swarovski 3223 Navette Sew-on Stone

Fancy Stones

Fancy Stones

Swarovski Fancy Stones come in a range of sizes, colors and cuts, from a classic gemstone shape to a tear, flower or heart shaped crystals. In this category we have 185 items, so make sure to go to the next page when browsing through our shop if you don’t find the item you’re looking for on the first page. The majority of fancy stones have a matching setting which allows you to create colorful sparkly earrings, rings, bracelets or necklaces. Fancy stones will definitely make a great addition to any jewelry-making, beading or crafting project. Important to remember is that these crystals always start with number 4.0Swarovski 4753

Crystal Pearls and Beads

Although both of these start with number 5, they actually fall under 2 different categories.

Crystal Pearls

Crystal Pearls are made of a unique crystal core covered with an innovative coating that creates a silky-smooth rounded surface. They are available in a variety of shapes sizes and colors with the 5810 being the most popular one. Unfortunately, in our B2B shop you cannot see the colors, so again, go to our previously mentioned blog post on Swarovski color charts.Or even better, order a physical color chart, which is not only showing you the colors, but also different shapes and sizes of Swarovski crystal pearls.

Dreamtime Creations continues to be in close contact with Swarovski® to bring you the timeliest news on their business changes. With all the different information circulating around about Swarovski streamlining their components division, our priority is to keep you up to date.

Dreamtime Creations is one of the few remaining distributors globally that will continue to supply Swarovski crystals until September 30, 2021. As of October 1, 2021, we will have a new program for a select group of designers and brand owners who may continue purchasing Swarovski crystal factory packs. However, you must sign a Brand Control Agreement. Resellers of loose crystals, kit/makers/resellers, and the nail industry will not be eligible for this program. Additional information about this program should be available soon. If you are interested in this new program, please fill out this application form.

For all of our valued customers, we have developed the new Dreamtime Crystal to replace the Swarovski crystal components that you know and love. These beautiful crystals are being released throughout this year so you can have DC articles in your favorite shapes and sizes.

We also have our Dreamtime Creations exclusive crystal brands: Alora and Spark.

Also, as a Preciosa Authorized Reseller, we are continuing to expand our offering of Preciosa Crystals.

All available Swarovski crystal components are currently on a first come, first served basis, down to the very last stone. Once they’re gone, they’re gone! Please continue to shop the Swarovski section and stock up right away on crystal components you will need for future jewelry projects. Shop here.

We look forward to supplying your future crystal component needs with our world’s brightest crystal family, Dreamtime Crystal.

[April 26, 2021]

As you have probably heard by now, the crystal world is undergoing some changes. Most notably, Swarovski has made adjustments as to how they will distribute their crystals in the marketplace. This will mean that starting October 1st, 2021, will no longer be able to offer Swarovski crystals to DIY and other retail customers as we have in the past.

There is still time to purchase the remaining stock, but please know that after October 1st, Swarovski sales will be limited to a Business-to-business selling agreement. If you are a brand owner that has previously been purchasing crystals via our retail site, we invite you to apply for a B2B account. Please email for details.  

In the meantime, we would love to help you get all of the supplies you need for your future creative endeavors! You can shop Swarovski in the remaining months as you always have by clicking below to browse any of the product catalogs.

We are more excited than ever to help you keep creating amazing designs. We will keep you updated on new products!

[January 11, 2021]

There is less than 1 month left to order discontinued items from the Swarovski Discontinuing list. Any items ordered after the end of January may not be available any more.

Discontinuing – This list of crystal articles is still available now, but will be discontinued from production before Spring of 2021. The deadline to order any of these items will be January 31, 2021.

All items subject to availability and shipping times may vary due to lighter staffing and COVID restrictions.

You can download the full list as a spreadsheet (xlsx) by clicking the button at the top of this page. We will continue updating as we receive more information.

[November 19, 2020]

We have received the Discontinuing list from Swarovski detailing two statuses of articles receiving updates in the Swarovski crystal line.

  1. Discontinuing – This list of crystal articles is still available now, but will be discontinued from production before Spring of 2021. The deadline to order any of these items will be January 31, 2021.
  2. Special Order – This list of items is moving to the special order list in Spring of 2021 and will require a minimum order for purchase at that time. Regular orders can be placed with no minimum through March 31, 2021.

All items subject to availability and shipping times may vary due to lighter staffing and COVID restrictions.

You can download the full list as a spreadsheet (xlsx) by clicking the button at the top of this page. We will continue updating as we receive more information.

[November 18, 2020]

We have received several inquiries regarding the continued availability of Swarovski Crystals over the past couple of weeks. We sincerely appreciate your patience as we have sought clarity.

We have confirmed that Swarovski is making changes to their internal structure and will limit the sale of Swarovski crystals to select luxury branding partners. Dreamtime Creations will continue to purchase and sell Swarovski crystals through September of 2021. That said, Swarovski will be discontinuing a large percentage of their catalog at the end of this month. They have not yet released the list of items that will be dropped, but we will share that information with you the moment we have it. 

We have been the go-to provider for Swarovski for over three decades, and are proud to be a part of so many of your amazing designs. Though some brands may run their course, our commitment to you is as strong as ever. 

Our mission remains the same; to help you sparkle and shine in everything you do.

Swarovski has been a household name for many years, but we have continually pushed the envelope to find the best crystals for you. As many of you know, our Alora and Spark crystals twinkle with intensity, and we are excited to continue offering these as premium alternatives to those of you who have always used Swarovski. We are also a leading provider of Preciosa Crystals.

Our Product Development Team is hard at work to expand these lines, so that you will have every tool available to you to continue glowing on and off the stage. We are also in the works of developing a stunning new crystal that we believe will become the standard for dance, jewelry, and nail art. More on that later 🙂

It’s never been more important to stick together in our pursuit of excellence in dance and design. We are so proud of you, and can’t wait to share what’s next.

Stay tuned and shine bright!

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