How to Buy Swarovski Charms & Pendants at Wholesale

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How to Buy Swarovski Charms & Pendants at Wholesale
Swarovski crystals (swarovsky beads image by odze from Fotolia.com)

Swarovski beads, charms and pendants are popular jewellery components. Many folks consider Swarovski, founded in Austria in 1895 by Bohemian Daniel Swarovski, to make the finest quality full-lead crystal in the world. Swarovski crystal creates beautiful prisms because it is optically pure and faceted with tremendous precision. Jewellery made with Swarovski crystal, therefore, grabs light and sparkles brilliantly. Jewellery crafters who want to move from hobbyist to seller find it especially important to purchase Swarovski and other materials as cheaply as possible. This is easy to do, since there are numerous options for purchasing Swarovski at wholesale prices.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Obtain a business license and reseller's license from your state or county. Most wholesale suppliers of Swarovski charms and pendants require that you provide copies of both of these licenses in order to purchase wholesale goods.

  2. 2

    Join a local beading society. Many of these organise group buys to obtain lower prices on beading supplies, including Swarovski charms and pendants. Beading magazines and websites often list local beading groups, clubs and societies.

  3. 3

    Organise your own group purchase. Contact friends, family members and colleagues who are interested in beading to arrange a group purchase of Swarovski charms and pendants. Many sellers provide deep discounts for large volume purchases.

  4. 4

    Contact wholesale suppliers and inquire whether they plan to have any special hours or events for the general public. Many wholesale bead suppliers have limited events where they sell "wholesale to the public." Put your name on the email or mailing lists for these wholesale suppliers to be sure you have notice of sales.

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