The Alexander III Equestrian Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervison of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1910, for the for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. Alexander III Equestrian (Fabergé Egg)"
An amulet (from Latin amuletum; earliest extant use in Natural History
Anal jewelry is jewelry worn in the anus. Half of such a piece of jewellery is inserted into the anus to keep it in place, while the other half is left outside for people to Anal jewelry"
An anklet, or ankle bracelet, is an ornament worn around the ankle. Anklets historically have been worn for centuries by unmarried women in India, though in the United States both casual and more formal anklets became fashionable in the late twentieth century. While in western popular culture both younger men and women may wear casual leather anklets, they are more popular among women, and more formal anklets ( silver, gold, beads) are confined to women's fashion. Anklet"
Annulet can refer to: Annulet"
In English slang, Argos Gold is a term used for any inferior quality jewellery, not necessarily bought from the United Kingdom retailer Argos but is seen as low-cost bling, often associated with the chav or pikey phenomena of the United Kingdom. For example “Donna was wearing a fetching pair gold hooped earrings that complimented Mikie’s Argos Gold sov ring to a tee.” Argos Gold"
An arm ring is a band of metal, usually a precious metal, worn as an ornament around the bicep of the upper arm. It was a common piece of jewelry worn by men in ancient times, and often the meaning of the word ring in bronze age heroic literature, when the text refers to mens jewelry. Arm ring"
An artisan, also called a craftsman, is a skilled manual worker who uses tools and machinery in a particular craft. Artisans were the dominant producers of goods before the Industrial Revolution. The term craftswoman is also used and a craftman's work exhibits craftsmanship) Artisan"
Artwear was a gallery that exhibited jewellery in New York City, USA. It opened in 1974, first on Madison Avenue. It moved to West Broadway in SoHo and closed in 1990. Artwear"
Bangles are ornaments worn by women on their arms and wrists. They are usually circular in shape, and, unlike bracelets, are not flexible. Bangle"
Baroque pearls are simply pearls that are not round and have an undefined shape. Freshwater pearls are most commonly baroque as freshwater pearls are mantle-tissue nucleated instead of bead nucleated. So the pearls are almost never round. Baroque pearl"
Body piercing jewelry is jewelry manufactured specifically for use in body piercing. Body piercing jewelry"
The Bouquet of Lilles Clock Egg (or the Madonna Lily Egg) is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervison of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1899, for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. Bouquet of Lilies Clock (Fabergé egg)"
A bracelet is an article of clothing or jewelry which is worn around the wrist. Bracelets can be manufactured from cloth or metal, and sometimes contain rocks, wood, and/or shells. Bracelets are also used for medical and identification purposes, such as allergy bracelets and hospital tags. In the late 1980s, " snap bracelets" -- felt-covered metal bracelets that curved around one's wrist when gently hit against it -- were a popular fad. Bracelet"
Brooches (or broaches) are decorative items designed to be attached to garments. They are usually made of metal, often silver or gold but sometimes bronze or some other material. Brooches are often decorated with enamel or with gemstones and may be solely for ornament (as in the stomacher), or sometimes serve a practical function as a fastening, perhaps for a cloak. Brooch"
Bulla, an amulet and worn like a locket, was given to the children, at the time of birth, in Ancient Rome. A bulla was worn around neck as amulet to protect against evil spirits and forces. Bulla (amulet)"
Cameo is a method of carving, or an item of jewelry made in this manner. It features a raised (positive) relief image; contrast with intaglio, which has a negative image. The effect of "cameo" also refers to a proof coin that has frosted lettering and features, providing attractive contrast with the mirrored fields of the coin. The terms "deep cameo" and "ultra cameo" describe cameo coins having the boldest, most attractive contrast. Cameo"
A charm bracelet is an item of jewelry worn around the wrist. It carries personal charms: decorative pendants or trinkets which are signifiers of important things in the wearer's life. Charm bracelet"
A choker is a tight-fitting necklace, worn high on the neck. This type of jewelry can consist of one or more bands circling the neck. Chokers can be made of a variety of materials, including velvet, beads, metal and leather. They may or may not be adorned with sequins, studs or some kind of pendant and come in a variety of colours. Choker"
In jewelry, a collar is an ornament for the neck. Collar (jewelry)"
Costume jewelry is jewelry that is made of less valuable materials, including base metals, glass, plastic, and synthetic stones, in place of more valuable materials such as precious metals and gems. These items are usually, but not always, inexpensive, and often flashy. Costume jewelry"
A cuff link (also cufflink or cuff-link) is a decorative fastener worn by men that is used to fasten or link the two portions of a French cuff, typically on a shirt or blouse. Note the cuff is not fastened overlapping itself as casual button cuffs are designed to do. These fasteners may be of very simple design, consisting of a post — a short cylindrical portion — or a chain connecting two disc-shaped parts, one of which is sized to fit through the button-hole of the cuff, the other, which is positioned on the most visible side of, is wider. The visible part of the cufflink is often monogrammed or decorated in some way. Since the purpose of cufflinks is to link and not clip (a la Francaise), it is proper that double-sided cufflinks are used, as opposed to the ubiquitous single-sided ones, which make it look as if one could not afford the gold or jewels on the other side. Cuff link"
An earring is an ornament that is worn in the ear. Earrings are often made out of metal but can also be made out of bone or similar hard material. Earrings are worn by both genders, although they are generally more commonly worn by women. Earring"
A Fabergé egg is one of fifty jewelry Easter eggs made by Peter Carl Fabergé of the Fabergé company for the Russian Tsars between 1885 and 1917. The eggs are among the masterpieces of the jeweller's art. Fabergé egg"
Fashion Jewelry ( British: Fashion Jewellery), once known as "paste" - named after the theatrical jewels that were "pasted" onto costumes - and later as " Costume jewelry" because of it's theatrical roots - by the 1960s the term was coined to represent a wide category of earrings, bracelets, pendants, ring}rings and other similar accessories that were made of lesser value materials than traditional or "real" jewelry like gold, silver or diamonds. Fashion jewelry"