Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See jewelry.
- n. UK, Australia, New Zealand Collectively, personal ornamentation such as rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets, made of precious metals and sometimes set with gemstones.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Chiefly Brit. See jewelry.
- n. an adornment (as a bracelet or ring or necklace) made of precious metals and set with gems (or imitation gems)
“It can be accentuated with blend-in jewellery, a gold belt or a tough-looking chain necklace, or given a ladylike touch with a prim pearl choker, or simply left to make its own high impact statement.”
“If jewellery is included, India has the largest amount of gold within its national boundaries.”
“India accounted for a quarter of all the gold used in jewellery in 2009, thanks mainly to weddings and religious ceremonies”
“In 2009, India accounted for a quarter of all gold used in jewellery products and it is the world's biggest jewellery market, ahead of China, the US or the Middle East.”
“Bulk jewellery is generally bought by retailers rather than by individual clients.”
“Bulk jewellery is a segment that has witnessed immense growth in the recent years.”
“Being in huge demand, bulk jewellery is something that continues to attracted many buyers.”
“As bulk jewellery is bought directly from the manufacturer, you get access to mint-fresh styles.”
“The greatest advantage of buying bulk jewellery is that you can buy the latest designs.”
“People working in jewellery industries are generally exposed to lead used for making jewellery and also due to lead rich dust in their immediate vicinity which increases the risk of infertility among them.”
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