Amethyst: A purple-colored variety of quartz, often used as a gemstone in jewelry.

Baguette: A rectangular or cuboid-shaped diamond cut.

Cabochon: A polished gemstone, often with a smooth, rounded surface, without facets.

Carat (ct): Unit of measurement of the weight of precious stones, with one carat equivalent to 0.2 grams. Find out more details

Lobster Clasp: A type of clasp used for bracelets and necklaces, often shaped like a lobster clasp.

Band: A ring or decorative band, often adorned with precious stones, worn around the finger.

Collier: A short, tight necklace.

Brilliant Cut Diamond: The most common cut for diamonds, designed to maximize the refraction of light through many facets.

Pavé effect: A design that uses numerous small gems placed close together to create a sparkling surface.

Wedding Ring: A ring worn to symbolize engagement or marriage, usually worn on the ring finger of the left hand.

Types of Wedding Rings: find out more in this dedicated article

Gems: Precious or semi-precious stones, often used in jewelry making.

Garnet: A gemstone with various shades of red, from pink to dark brown.

Setting: The way a stone is set into a piece of jewelry, which can include different techniques such as bezel setting or pavé setting.

Laser Engraving: The process of engraving precise details onto jewelry using a laser beam.

Setting: The metal structure that holds a gemstone together in a piece of jewelry.

White gold: A type of alloy that appears white in color, obtained by adding metals such as palladium, always remaining 18kt

Palladium: A precious metal similar to platinum, often used as an alloy in white gold.

Pavé: A setting technique in which many small stones are arranged closely together, creating a diamond-covered surface effect.

Total Carat Weight (CT): The sum of the weight of all the gemstones in a piece of jewelry.

Marquise cut: A teardrop-shaped diamond cut with pointed ends.

Zircon: A synthetic or natural stone that may resemble diamond, but has different physical properties.

Socket: The underside of a stone, often cut for insertion into a piece of jewelry.

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