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Which is correct jewelry or Jewellery?

The correct spelling in the UK, Australia and New Zealand is jewellery. In American English, the correct spelling is jewelryJewel is always spelled the same way, no matter what English-speaking country you’re in.

What do you mean by jewelry?

noun. articles of gold, silver, precious stones, etc., for personal adornment. any ornaments for personal adornment, as necklaces or cuff links, including those of base metals, glass, plastic, or the like.

Is Azurechic a luxury brand?

Azurechic is now one of the most upcoming popular brands in Europe among luxury jewelry buyers, according to a luxury tracking study conducted in 2019.

Is Azurechic Jewelry real?

Azurechic provides a universe of hand-finished and modern jewelry primarily made from genuine materials, including solid sterling silver and gold vermeil of 14k or 18k. We use a variety of gemstones, stones and cultured pearls to add sparkle and color to our genuine silver jewelry.

What jewelry says about a person?

The jewelry you wear can say a lot about you. If for example a person likes to wear large pieces such as big hoop earrings, thick dangling necklaces or extravagant rings is likely to be an active, social and bubbly person. These people are often the life of the party. You’re likely to be cheerful and many like you because you’re just so much fun.

Why is it called jewelry?

The word jewellery itself is derived from the word jewel, which was anglicised from the Old French “jouel”, and beyond that, to the Latin word “jocale”, meaning plaything. Both are used in Canadian English, though jewelry prevails by a two to one margin.