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I am having fun combining some of the rivolis. The tiny ones are 12 mm. The ones on the left are 18 mm and 16 mm. The ones on the right are 18mm and 14mm.

This is a square 18mm rivoli that I made into a pendant for a friend.

This unfinished bracelet still needs to have more beads around the edge. The rivolis are 18 mm each. The round end of the toggle was very challenging and this was my third attempt to make it. I found the instructions for the toggle ends in Laura McCabe’s book, Creating Chrystal Jewelry with Swarovski.



  1. You have rivoli fever! I too love to bezel rivolis – they are just so much fun.

  2. I think you are the rivoli Queen! They sure look pretty. Maybe I’ll get a few myself when I order some more beads. My grandkids and daughter could always use an extra ornament for their collections.

  3. Love your bracelet. All your bezelled rivolis are very inspiring. (You probably know this, but there’s a “rue de Rivoli” in the middle of Paris. My DBIL used to live at #200. So every time I think of these crystals, I’m reminded of when I lived in Paris šŸ™‚

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