Swarovski crystal solaris table clock
This retired Swarovski crystal solaris table clock was designed by Adi Stocker, and is 5" (125mm) in diameter. Originally part of the 'Exquisite Accents' theme, and introduced in 1998, the solaris clock was moved into the 'Crystal Home Accessories' range before its retirement in 2004.
*NEW - This is an ex-display item. Comes in original box (May show signs of ware)
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