The crystal collection at RKK museum showcases old and new blown, hand-cut, machine-cut, and moulded crystal artefacts—figurines, vases, bowls, animals, birds, stemware, barware, candleholders, etc.—from the world renowned crystal makers like Swarovski (Austria), Lalique, Baccarat, and Daum (French), Egermann, Moser, and Desna (Czech Republic), Waterford (Ireland), Murano and Agarthi (Italy), Steuben and Tiffany (USA) Val Saint Lambert (Belgium), etc. The collection also includes many hand cut and hand decorated Swedish, German, Venetian, and Bohemian crystal artefacts.
The museum has one of the largest collections of Swarovski crystals in the world. The Swarovski collection at the museum is the only one of its kind in the world, as it has several rare items in it. The collection includes the famous Silver Crystal Mouse, the first ever figurine created in 1976 using chandelier parts and the first item of the Swarovski silver crystal collection. Another very rare item is a Coffee bean grinding mill. There are only two such items ever made as the production was discontinued due to some technical problem. The other piece is in the Swarovski museum in Wattens. When the RKK memorial museum was inaugurated Swarovski India presented a very beautiful Crane. Only three such pieces exist. There are more than 800 beautiful figurines that will take your breath away with their beauty, craftsmanship, and lustre. The collection includes birds, flowers, animals, photo frames, jewellery, trees, and other many such beautiful items.