What is jewellery?

  • (noun): An adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace) made of precious metals and set with gems (or imitation gems).
    Synonyms: jewelry


Jewellery or jewelry ( /ˈdʒuːəlᵊri/) is a form of personal adornment, such as brooches, rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

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Senua - Offerings To Senuna
... gold highlights, seven gold plaques and a superb set of jewellery, including a brooch and cloak clasps ... The jewellery incorporated older gems and glass beads, including a superb carved cameo of a lion trampling an ox skull which was already old and worn ... All of the jewellery shared intricate decoration in minutely coiled wire, and the set may have been specially made as an offering ...
History - Chaumet Art Deco Period (1885-1944)
... also drew inspiration from Japanese art, which was gaining popularity in jewellery design at the time ... The jewellery House participated in the 1925 Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, becoming a leader in this trend ... Jewellery was more geometric, following the ‘boyish style’ of the 1920s, becoming more feminine during the 1930s ...
List Of Middle-earth Objects - Jewellery - Star of The Dúnedain
... The Dúnedain Rangers who came to Aragorn at Dunharrow wore these on their clothing, specifically to fasten to their cloaks on their left shoulder ... It served as part of their identity, and the only ornamentation the Rangers ever wore in their journeys ...
Jewellery Market
... According to a recent KPMG study the largest jewellery market is the United States with a market share of 30.8%, Japan, India, China, and the Middle East ...
Czermno, Lublin Voivodeship - History
... In April 2011 two hoards of silver jewellery were found by archaeologists during the excavation of the early medieval earthwork castle and associated settlement at ... which were situated 20 metres apart, comprised about forty items of jewellery, including earrings, finger rings, armlets, bracelets, and temple pendants ... The jewellery dates to the 13th century, and it is thought that the hoards may have been buried in response to the Mongol invasion of Poland in 1240 ...