Swarovski is synonymous with luxury cut lead glass.The company's expertise with crystal reflects its origins in Bohemia, the renowned, historic glass-cutting region of the modern-day Czech Republic.Swarovski crystals lend their sparkling perfection to such exquisite products as chandeliers, figurines, and jewelry.Home decor inspires loving gifts because it offers a more flexible palette for success than clothing or jewelry, which often fail as presents due to personal issues such as size and style.As an esteemed company with a tradition of creating highly Trade Show Exhibits Suppliers
products for over a century, Swarovski excels at figurines for adding sparkle to home decor.Figurines with rosy themes are elegant gifts of love and epitomize Valentine's Day. Nevertheless, while Valentine's Day celebrates love on a worldwide scale, it is one of many days -- both everyday and special -- for expressing appreciation and love for family, friends, organizations, places, and pets.
Thus, the display of rosy figurines
need not be restricted to Valentine's Day but instead may be enjoyed as
year-round reminders of true love. "Valentine's Day red roses"Vimukthi, CC BY SA
3.0, via Wikimedia Commons Three favorite rosy-themed Swarovski figurines Three
favorite Swarovski figurines which beautify all interiors as gifts of love share
the common theme of roses:• vase of roses,• Kris Bear with three roses, and•
rosy keepsake box.Especially enchanting about these rosy figurines is their
longevity, for their petals do not wither and their crystals do not droop. six
fully-faceted ruby crystal rose blossoms in faceted clear crystal
vase:silver-tone rhodium detailing on rose leaves and stemsSwarovski Crystal Red
Roses The glorious luxury of crystal roses Ruby crystal roses as richly red as
real roses regally top elegant stems with exquisite silver-tone rhodium
detailing. The exceptional artistry of these crystal roses enchants
me.Oftentimes my real roses remain in the garden, which is their natural home.
My preference is to visit them rather than to sever them from the congenial
setting of rosy petals and foliage on the shrub of their birth.
Flower arranging is a favorite pastime for me, and floral gifts are always welcome.And yet cut roses do not catch light with the same perfumed glow indoors as outdoors. They cannot compare with the sparkle of Swarovski roses in their shimmering vase. Swarovski's Kris Bear: bearer of red roses for you!Swarovski Kris Bear Figurine Parlez-moi d'amour: Speak to me of love, now and forever Swarovski's Kris Bear strikes a charming pose as the bearer of a bouquet of roses in Bordeaux crystal. Jet crystal eyes and nose convey the merry delight of being the bearer of a perfect gift.For me, Kris Bear's rosy trio spells "I love you!"In the language of flowers -- real or crystal -- roses exemplify love.Whereas the fading and withering of cut roses may be viewed from the gloomy perspective of love as ephemeral, crystal roses affirm that love beautifies and endures.
Nikola Tesla has been cited as an Electrical Genius and a myriad of books have been written about him. Many, if not most, people do not realise that he had over 700 Patents in his name. This article is in no ways a scientific treatise but is a portal to your learning more about this remarkable man and to understand that even today his work is benefitting Mankind. One of the most important inventors of the 20th CenturyThe inventor of the Alternating Current Nikola Tesla This man was an important ~ if not the most important ~ inventor of the 20th Century. He has over 700 patents world-wide in his name. He was born in what is today called Croatia and was the son of a Serbian priest. That was in 1856. He went on to study physics in Graz, moved to Prague and then worked in Budapest before moving to Paris and Germany as an electrical engineer. Eventually he moved to the United States.Here he joined Thomas Edison but formed his own company after differences of opinion.
It was as an independent that he studied broadcasting, wireless power transmission, magnetism, high voltage applications and, the field for which he is so well known, alternating electric current.Should you wish to look at Tesla's life's work in depth I can do no better than refer you to the Wizzley Page eloquently written by Mladen who is from Banja Luka, the second largest city in Bosnia and Herzegovina and home of the University of Banja Luka. Citizens of the former Yugoslavia will be very familiar with Banja Luka.. Electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR)I am indebted here to Wikipedia for an explanation of this radiation.Wikipedia has this to say:"A form of energy emitted and absorbed by charged particles which exhibits wave-like behavior as it travels through space.
EMR has both electric and magnetic field components, which stand in a fixed ratio of intensity to each other, and which oscillate in phase perpendicular to each other and perpendicular to the direction of energy and wave propagation. In a vacuum, electromagnetic radiation propagates at a characteristic speed,pop up display Manufacturers the speed of light."For more detailed explanation please refer to Wikipedia's Article The Swiss Tesla Purple PlatesVibrate at the same Frequency as the UniverseThe Universe vibrates at a consistent frequency. The adult human body contains between 50 and 65% water with males being 'wetter' than females.
Kurt Adler artistic Christmas ornaments include many showing places in Europe and in North America, and some symbols representative of different places. Some scenes or subjects represented by these ornaments are famous, easily recognized landmarks or items that clearly indicate the country that the ornament represents. Others indicate a large, world class city. These ornaments are great for people wanting to add a bit of a different culture to a Christmas tree, especially places associated with one’s genealogy or places the person may have visited. If there is an actual connection the meaning is greater, but such a connection is not necessary to add such beautiful pieces to a Christmas tree.
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OrnamentsThey Have a Certain LookThere is something special about a glass
Christmas ornament. When I was a child glass Christmas ornaments were the most
common tree ornaments in use. They were mostly colored balls, but a few special
ones had other shapes. Those with multiple colors and different shapes were the
special ones that we focused on when looking at the Christmas tree. And, every
year a few glass ornaments would drop to the floor and be broken. When I first
had my family we started buying unbreakable Christmas ornaments, with just a few
breakable ornaments. We prepared for the eventual coming of children, and for
the puppy who enjoyed taking things from our first Christmas tree. Any Christmas
ornament that could easily break was placed out of the reach of paws and a wet
nose, and later too high for little hands. So, if you buy one of these pieces of
art and there are children or animals about I recommend that you utilize the
higher branches of your Christmas tree for the placement of the glass ornaments.
FranceThe Eiffel TowerThere are several Eiffel Tower Christmas ornaments.
The Kurt Adler glass Eiffel Tower ornament shown here is particularly beautiful, and clearly represents Paris, France. The Eiffel Tower is perhaps the most well-known of all French landmarks. The Eiffel TowerKurt Adler Glass Christmas OrnamentKurt Adler 5-Inch Noble Gems Glass Eiffel Tower Ornament EnglandLondon and MoreThere are several Kurt Adler glass Christmas ornaments that represent England. Two are London city ornaments, and each has several images of this wonderful city. Another features Big Ben, perhaps the most well-known clock in the world. A third is a red phone booth for which Great Britton is so often associated with. Others that represent England include many Beatles ornaments that are shown in another article.