Ornaments, such as bracelets, necklaces, or rings, made of precious metals set with gems or imitation gems.(noun)
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Use "jewelry" in a sentence
"The term jewelry started from the Latin word "jocale" which means a plaything."
"Although in the trailer we barely get to see a glimpse of the ring, the jewelry is already on sale, available in three prices: fashion for $35, fine for $479 and genuine, which is in fact a real diamond ring and costs about $1979."
"In 2006, she started what she described as a jewelry line made of trash and recycled materials."