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Gem Jewelry

Jewellery (Jewelry in American spelling) represents ornamental objects worn by persons, typically made with gemstones and also with precious metals. Costume jewellery is made from less valuable materials. However, jewellery can and has been made up of almost every kind of material.

The word is derived from the word "jewel", which was anglicized from the Old French "jouel" in around the 13th century. Further tracing leads back to the Latin word "jocale", that means plaything.

Some cultures have a practice of keeping large amounts of wealth stored in a form of jewellery. Jewellery could also be symbolic, as in the case of Christians wearing a crucifix in a form of jewellery, and, as is the case in many Western cultures, married people wearing a wedding ring.

Jewellery in its various forms had been made and worn by both sexes in almost every (if not every) human culture, on every inhabited continent. Personal adornment seems to be a basic human tendency.

Types of Jewelry

Hair ornaments

Head ornaments





Legs and Feet

Precious stone

Semi Precious stone

Precious Stone Diamond

Semi Precious Stone Agate

Precious Stone Ruby

Semi Precious Stone Garnet

Precious Stone Sapphire

Semi Precious Stone Alexandrite

Precious Stone Emerald



Semi Precious Stone Amber





Citrine Gemstone

COMMEMORATIVE EVENT - 13th Anniversary
KEYWORDS - Success, Abundance, Personal Power
ALSO KNOWN AS - Merchant's stone, Success stone
COLORS - Pale yellow to brown
COLOR ZONING - Tiger stripes or Zebra stripes

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