BICO Swarovski Crystal


Hey fans,

This might seem like a strange post in a product bico jewelry blog. However, we hear from quite a few folks that coming to visit our locations and have noticed that many of them seem to struggle when pronouncing the name “Swarovski”. Swarovski makes a popular brand of “crystal” (cut glass) beads and other beautiful objects. The difficulty in pronouncing the name may come from the fact that in many Eastern European languages the “W” is pronounced like a “V” in English. However in English, a “W” is pronounced as a “W”, so the English pronunciation of Swarovski is actually very easy. The best advise we have seen is to simply say, “swore-off-ski”.

We can help you with the pronunciation of Swarovski, now you will need to get the spelling correct. Among the many variations of incorrect spellings we have seen are: Swarovksi, Sawrovski, Sarovski, Sswarovsky, Svarovski, Svarovsky, Swarski .

While we are on the subject. Bico Hawaii by Bico australia and Swarovski also makes high quality of bico jewelry made from Crystal.

Bico Crystals is not necessary female jewelry although we have many design such as CR4 and CR5.   it is also Men’s jewelry. Most of our costumers mix Plain original items with small Bico crystal item such as mv3, mv4, ms3.

Also if we take mans chains such as F13 or F14we can see that its coming nice with our nice David star with crystal that come in  4 different colors purple, red, light blue and blue.

I put some pictures for you to inspire and see.

 

 

Peace and love to you all

Roi Gal

www.bicohawaii.com

 

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