Our Golf Bag Bottle Stopper is the perfect gift for the links lover in your life. Designed by Olivia Riegel it features swirling ivory enamel outlined in gold with black accents.
- Beautiful, hand-painted enamel encrusted with sparkling Swarovski crystals
- Ideal for displaying year round
- Great holiday gift item
- Keeps wine fresh in style
- Dimensions: 5 1/2"L x 2 3/4"W, (1 lb)
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Details about the Artist:
Distinguished decorative artist Jon Morris established the Dallas-based Olivia Riegel company in 2000 as a tribute to his grandmother, a collector of antiques and chic costume jewelry. His vision was to offer customers elegant bejeweled objects that incorporate vintage details with a modern sensibility. This vision continues as Morris's designs are translated into a rich collection of photo frames, giftware, bridal goods, tabletop items, and decorative accessories.
Morris's fresh designs are meticulously handcrafted into exquisite works. Each limited-edition Olivia Riegel item is hand-cast in pewter and adorned by artisans with luxurious materials, including Swarovski® crystals, semi-precious stones, rhinestones, and enamel. His commitment to quality craftsmanship is incomparable.
Inspired by history, fashion, and extensive world travels, both the style and integrity of Olivia Riegel's products are destined to give them a permanent place in any collector's home.
About Swarosvski Crystal:
Daniel Swarovski (1862-1956) was an Austrian glass cutter and jeweler born in Bohemia (currently the Czeck Republic). In 1892 he patented an electric cutting machine that facilitated the production of lead crystal glass jewelry.
In 1895 Swarovski, financier Armand Kosman, and Franz Weis founded the Swarovski company. The company established a crystal cutting factory in Wattens, Switzerland, to take advantage of local hydroelectricity for the energy-intensive grinding processes which Daniel Swarovski had patented.
Swarovski crystal contains approximately 32% lead to maximize refraction. The Swarovski crystal range includes crystal sculptures and miniatures, jewelry and couture, home decor, and chandeliers.
In order to create a crystal that allows light to refract in a rainbow spectrum, Swarovski coats some of its crystals with special metallic chemical coatings. Aurora Borealis, or "AB", is one of the most popular coatings.
The company also sells beads and rhinestones for use by manufacturers, artists and consumers in their designs. This product brand is known as Crystallized-Swarovski Elements.
In popular culture
In 2004, Swarovski created the 9' diameter, 550 lbs. star that tops the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in New York City for the first of five consecutive years.
Swarovski was also a sponsor for The Phantom of the Opera (2004 film), in which the "standing model" of the chandelier was composed of Swarovski crystals. A Swarovski shop window is also visible later in the film.