- n. alternative spelling of jeweler.
- n. someone who makes jewelry
- n. someone in the business of selling jewelry
“Fashion giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA this week acquired a controlling stake in Italian jeweller Bulgari SpA for €4.3 billion, the latest in a string of acquisitions for the French house.”
“Well said -- well and truly said, M'sieu 'Jean Jacques," remarked the lean watchmaker and so-called jeweller of Vilray, who stood near.”
“Some years after Justine Marie's death, ruin had come on her house too: her father, by nominal calling a jeweller, but who also dealt a good deal on the Bourse, had been concerned in some financial transactions which entailed exposure and ruinous fines.”
“He is not, you may have gathered, your run-of-the mill jeweller, if your notion of a jeweller is a chap in brown overalls with a lens screwed into his eye and a pair of tweezers in his hand.”
“The other is a derivation from a Central European name, related to words which mean 'jeweller'.”
“Some years after Justine Marie’s death, ruin had come on her house too: her father, by nominal calling a jeweller, but who also dealt a good deal on the Bourse, had been concerned in some financial transactions which entailed exposure and ruinous fines.”
“We still do well in February – it's bonus season," says Holly Midwinter-Porter of Boodles, an upmarket jeweller opposite the Bank of England in the heart of the City of London.”
“It was made by the London jeweller Bentley & Skinner, and a proud photograph of it can be seen on the wall in the firm's Piccadilly window.”
“Annoushka Ayton, jeweller, for serv jewellery ind.”
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All these terms have a (different) American English equivalent. Wonder if you can identify them?
Hey kids! What do YOU want to be when you grow up?!
Reprint edition, Devon: Latimer Trend & Co., Ltd., 1969. Full original citation (you'd better grab a drink and sit down) is:
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