Stříbro, které používáme k výrobě našich produktů - šperky ze Swarovski Elements, je ryzosti 925/1000 a má tu nejvyšší kvalitu. Toto italské stříbro prošlo rhodiovou povrchovou úpravou, která stříbru zaručí vyšší lesk a brání jeho zčernání.
Součástí každého šperku, při jehož výrobě byly použity komponenty Swarovski Elements, obsahuje certifikát "SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS", který je zárukou původu komponentů. Každý šperk kromě toho obsahuje certifikát naší společnosti BOHEMIA JEWELRY, jakožto výrobce. Více o certifikátu Swarovski Elements.
It is the duty of every ethically sound company to support the environment and social projects. The founder of the company, Daniel Swarovski, set the precedent by conducting business in accordance with the criteria of sustainability behavior that has since matured to become a core competency of the company.
The root of this deeply entrenched respect for the environment lies in Daniel Swarovski's recognition of the fact, even as long ago as 1895, that water is the most precious natural resource on Earth. This acknowledgment was partly prompted by his choice of Wattens, high in the Tyrolean Alps with its plentiful supplies of water, to headquarter his company. Just as he knew that water was essential to the manufacture of crystal and generated clean electricity to power his machinery, he also recognized that it is essential to all enterprise. In fact, that it is profoundly and fundamentally essential to life itself.
Today, the bond between Swarovski and water has deepened further, as can be seen in many of the projects at the company. The biggest and best-known project is the Swarovski Waterschool, which has been a remarkable success story since its introduction at the Hohe Tauern National Park in 1999. Since then, the Waterschool has expanded to India, China and Uganda.