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- n. Alternative spelling of jeweler.
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- n. someone who makes jewelry
- n. someone in the business of selling jewelry
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Shares in Italian jeweller Bulgari fall 5.5 percent after it said late on Monday Chief Financial Officer Alberto Nathansohn was leaving the company to 'seize new professional opportunities'.
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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