Jewelry metal type
The primary material of a jewelry item. Applies to metal-based jewelry. Excludes any stones attached to item.
A hard silvery-white magnetic metal. Often used in rings and necklaces.
GOLD OVER SILVER
Silver base, with gold plating over. This jewelry looks gold in outward appearance, but in reality the gold is only a thin layer over a mostly silver piece.
A precious silvery-white metal often used in premium jewelry.
A type of colored gold that has a distinctive pinkish hue. Often referred to as pink gold or red gold.
ROSE GOLD OVER SILVER
Silver base, with gold plating over. This jewelry looks like rose gold in outward appearance, but in reality the rose gold is only a thin layer over a mostly silver piece. Rose gold is a type of colored gold that has a distinctive pinkish hue. Often referred to as pink gold or red gold.
A form of steel resistant to tarnishing and rust. Stainless steel is not a precious metal, so jewelry made from it is much cheaper than fine jewelry items.
An alloy created when copper is added to pure silver in order to make the resulting compound more durable. Sterlind silver has a purity of 92.5%
A hard silver-gray metal. Titanium is a very hard metal, making it a desireable choice for those concerned with durability in jewelry.
A hard steel-gray metal. Tungsten is extremely durable and is a popular material for men's rings.
White gold is an alloy of gold, made of pure gold and other alloy metals with a silvery white color, such as palladium and silver.
Yellow gold is made by mixing pure gold with silver, copper, and zinc. It retains the purest color of all gold colors.
Jewelry item is not made from metal.
Jewelry intended for a specific occasion or event, such as a wedding or an anniversary.
Ring given to commemorate an egagement to be married. Classic engagement rings feature a diamond as a centerpiece and may include smaller diamonds along the body of the ring.
A ring given to commemorate a marriage. Classic wedding bands do not feature a diamond centerpiece. May be a ring of gold without any stones, but some include smaller stones along the body of the ring.
An anniversary band is a wedding band, just given on an anniversary instead of a wedding day. Anniversary rings are usually given to women, although some couples may choose to mark a special anniversary with matching anniversary bands.
A promise ring is usually given as a commitment between two people to get engaged later on, then married after that. In some cases, it may symbolize a commitment between two people who aren't planning on getting married.
A stone, also called a gem, fine gem, gemstone, jewel, precious stone, or semi-precious stone, is a piece of mineral crystal, in cut and polished form, used to make jewelry.
Precious stone consisting of violet or purple variety of quartz.
A colorless form of zirconia that is very similar to diamond in refractivity and appearance.
Precious stone consisting of a clear and colorless crystalline form of pure carbon. The hardest naturally occuring substance.
Bright green precious stone.
Precious stone consisting of a deep red vitreous silicate mineral.
Stone used for jewelry of multiple colors.
No stone is present in jewelry item.
Semiprecious variety of agate with different colors in layers.
Hard, lustrous spherical mass, typically white or bluish-gray, formed within the shell of a pearl oyster or other mollush. Highly prized as a gem.
Hard white or colorless mineral. Often colored by impurities (like amethyst, citrine and cairngorm.)
Pale violet or red variety of garnet, used as a gemstone.
Precious stone consisting of corundum in color varieties from deep crimson or purple to pale rose.
Transparent precious stone, typically blue, that is a variety of corundum.
Yellowish-brown semiprecious variety of quartz with a silky luster, formed by replacement of crocidolite with chelcedony.
Precious stone, typically colorless, yellow, or pale blue.
Semiprecious stone, typically opaque and of greenish-blue or sky-blue color.
Applicable to diamonds, described the shape of the cut.
Shaped like or approximately like a circle or cylinder. Differs from an oval in that it is not oblong.
Traditionally a square diamond, cut to mimic the natural shaoe of a rough diamond.
A rounded and slightly elongated outline or shape like that of an egg.
An elongated outline with two points, rather than rounded edges. Shaped like an American football.
Jewelry item does not contain a diamond.
Also called a teardrop diamond. A combination of a round and marquise shape, elongated cut with one end rounded and the other cut to a point.
Elongated, rectangular shape and chiseled step facets down the edge of the stone. Corners are usually cropped to add stability.
Shaped like a heart, with two rounded edges meeting at the top and a point on the other end.
Similar to an emerald cut, but with a square shape, rather than rectangular. Chiseled step cut facets down the edge of the stone. Corners are usually cropped to add stability.
A combination of the shape of "step-cuts" like the emerald shape, and sparkle of "brilliant cuts" like the round. Designed to maximize brilliance (bright white flashes) and fire (rainbow-colored flashes).
Combines a square cut with rounded corners, much like a pillow.
Gemstones may be mined from natural sources or created in a laboratory. Lab-created gems are identical chemically, physically, and optically to natural gems — the only difference, of course, is that they're made in a lab.
Gemstone created in a laboratory, rather than mined from natural sources.
Gemstone mined from natural sources, rather than created in a laboratory.
Jewelry item does not contain a gemstone.
Color of the main part of the jewelry item (chain, band, etc.), excluding the stone.
Jewelry color is beige, a pale sandy yellowish-brown color.
Jewelry color is black.
Jewelry is multi-colored, unable to be defined by a single color.
Jewelry color is brown.
Jewelry color is gold, a deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color, imitating (or reflecting) the color of real gold, the metal.
Jewelry color is gray.
Jewelry color is green.
Jewelry color is orange.
Jewelry color is pink.
Jewelry color is purple.
Jewelry color is red.
Jewelry color is silver, a shiny grayish-white, imitating (or reflecting) the color of real silver, the metal.
Jewelry color is white.
Jewelry color is yellow.
Color of the stone featured on the jewelry item, excluding the color of the main part of the jewelry item (chain, band, etc.)
Stone color is black
Stone color is pink
Stone color is gray
Stone color is clear (or transluscent)
Stone color is white
Stone color is blue
Type of bracelet style, as characterized by adornments or material.
An ornament worn around the ankle.
A stiff, rigid bracelet or anklet, slipped or clasped on that usually hangs loosely.
Beads are small pieces of glass, stone, or similar material, typically rounded and perforated for threading with others as a piece of jewelry. A beaded bracelet uses beads as the main form of decoration or style.
A charm is a small ornament worn on a necklace or bracelet. A charm bracelet may feature one or more charms.
A bracelet that spans the wrist but is open in the back. The opening allows the wearer to put on and remove the bracelet.
Bracelet is made from leather and is thus more flexible and softer than metal bracelets. May have a device for loosening and tightening.
Friendship bracelets are made out of embroidery, thread with a few simple kinds of knots. Typically feature several different colors and patterns and are tied together to be fastened around the wrist.
Stretch bracelets are made by stringing beads or other decorative pieces onto an elastic cord. Does not include a clasp, so wearer can easily roll these bracelets on and off the wrist.
A bracelet containing many small gems, usually diamonds, linked together in a narrow chain.
Type of earring style, as characterized by size, adornments, or material.
Ornate earrings that dangle from the earlobes, usually dropping from more than one level.
Earring with a clip fastener, rather than a clasp or rod. Earring clipped around earlobe, so wearer doesn't need to have a piercing.
Features a gemstone or other ornament mounted on a narrow post that passes through a piecrcing in the ear or earlobe. Held in place by a fixture on the other side. Studs commonly come in the form of solitaire diamonds.
Semi-circular band of metal that clamps onto the side of the ear. Attached without need for piercing because it fits snugly.
Earring that is circular or semi-circular in design, generally in the form of metal that can be opened to pass through an ear piercing. Typically hangs from earlobe.
Long earrings that give impression of having multiple earrings in ear, without the need for multiple piercings. Attached to earlobe with rod and fastener through piercing. "Climbs" up the ear when worn, appearing as an elongated stud earring.
Intended gender for a wearer of jewelry item.
Jewelry item is intended to be worn by men
Jewelry item is intended to be worn by women
Jewelry item is intended to be worn by girls
Jewelry item is intended to be worn by boys
Jewelry item is intended to be worn by anyone, regardless of gender.
A measure of the circumference of rings, expressed in whole numerals.
Ring size is 5
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Ring size is 13
A measure of the purity of gold, pure gold being 24 karats.
Karat measurement is 10k, meaning it has a purity of 10/24 parts.
Karat measurement is 14k, meaning it has a purity of 14/24 parts.
Karat measurement is 18k, meaning it has a purity of 18/24 parts.
Karat measurement is 22k, meaning it has a purity of 22/24 parts.
Karat measurement is 24k, meaning it has a purity of 24/24 parts.