The Swarovski Trimlite Frosty Friends


The Trimlite Frosty Friends have a much different look than most Trimlite pieceswe have written about in the past. Unlike most of the Trimlite product line, the ‘Frosty Friends’ have no gold-tone trim surrounded by crystals, but were produced using a single crystal component.

The top half is frosted crystal and the bottom half is molded in faceted crystal.

There are five critters that make up the Frosty Friends theme group, and each of them measure 1” to 1.5” in height.

Frosty Friends Chick – 52603, (shown) a frosted bird, hatching from a clear faceted egg.
Duck– 52601, a frosted duck atop a clear faceted base.
Fish – 52602 a frosted fish atop a clear faceted base.
Owl – 52605. The owl is the only figurine to have colored, faceted eyes; the others have tiny black eyes.
Sparrow – 52604 – a frosted bird atop a clear faceted base.

All the Swarovski Frosty Friends were introduced in 1985, retailed for $20 each, and retired in 1988.None of them appear to have a Swarovski logo.

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3 thoughts on “The Swarovski Trimlite Frosty Friends

  1. Nan says:

    Not so keen on Trimlite.But I quite like the look of these

  2. Robert says:

    Not come across these before, they look interesting.

  3. Marlene says:

    These little pieces make a cute set!

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