A diamond or other gemstone cut with a long, rectangular shape that is often used in accent stones.
A rigid bracelet that is typically circular and does not have a clasp.
A style of pearl that is irregularly shaped, often with a lumpy surface and unique character.
A gemstone that is associated with a specific month and is believed to bring luck and other benefits to those born during that month.
A gemstone that has been polished to have a smooth, rounded top and a flat bottom, rather than being faceted.
A unit of measurement used for gemstones, with one carat equaling 0.2 grams.
The weight of a diamond or other gemstone, measured in carats.
A document issued by a gemological laboratory verifying the authenticity and quality of a diamond or other gemstone.
A bracelet that features a series of small, decorative pendants or charms.
A necklace that fits closely around the neck, typically with a width of 1-3 inches.
A yellow or orange-brown gemstone that is a variety of quartz.
The degree to which a diamond or other gemstone is free from inclusions (internal flaws) and blemishes (external flaws).
A setting for multiple small diamonds or other gemstones that are arranged in a cluster to create a larger, more dramatic look.
A large, showy ring that is often worn to parties or other formal events.
The hue, tone, and saturation of a diamond or other gemstone, which can vary depending on its type and quality.
The small facet on the bottom of a diamond, which can be pointed or truncated.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a square or rectangular shape and rounded corners.
The shape, proportions, and finish of a diamond or other gemstone, which affects its brilliance and fire.
A precious gemstone made of carbon that is prized for its brilliance, fire, and durability.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a rectangular shape and stepped facets.
A ring given as a symbol of a couple's intention to marry, typically set with a diamond or other gemstone.
A flat, polished surface on a diamond or other gemstone that reflects light and creates sparkle.
A characteristic of some diamonds and other gemstones where they emit a visible glow when exposed to ultraviolet light.
A term used to describe the four characteristics used to assess the quality of a diamond: carat weight, cut, clarity, and color.
A precious metal that is often used in jewelry and comes in various purities, including 24 karat (pure gold) and 18 karat (75% gold).
A ring setting that features a center stone surrounded by smaller diamonds or other gemstones.
Internal flaws or imperfections in a diamond or other gemstone, which can affect its clarity and value.
A unit of measurement used for the purity of gold, with 24 karat gold being considered pure gold.
The way that light reflects off the surface of a diamond or other gemstone.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a boat-shaped outline and pointed ends.
The material used to make the band of a ring or other piece of jewelry, such as gold, silver, platinum, or titanium.
A technique of setting small diamonds or other gemstones close together in a metal setting, creating a sparkling, pave-like effect.
A synthetic gemstone made of silicon carbide that is often used as a diamond substitute.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with an elongated oval shape.
A rare and lustrous metal that is often used in jewelry as a less expensive alternative to platinum.
A setting technique that features small diamonds or other gemstones set closely together in a metal surface, creating a sparkly, pave-like effect.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a teardrop shape.
A rare and valuable metal that is often used in high-end jewelry due to its strength, durability, and resistance to tarnish.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a square or rectangular shape and pointed corners.
A circular piece of jewelry that is worn on a finger, typically as a symbol of love, commitment, or style.
A type of gold alloy that is mixed with copper to create a pink or rose color.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a circular shape, which is the most popular and traditional cut.
A precious gemstone made of corundum that comes in a range of colors, with blue being the most prized.
A ring or other piece of jewelry that features a single diamond or other gemstone.
A silver alloy that contains 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% other metals, which is commonly used in jewelry.
A bracelet made of a row of small, uniform diamonds or other gemstones that are set closely together.
A classic six-prong setting for a diamond that was popularized by Tiffany & Co. in the late 1800s.
A diamond or other gemstone cut with a triangular shape and three pointed corners.
A blue or green mineral that is often used in jewelry and has been prized for thousands of years.
A type of jewelry that features two different metals, such as gold and silver, in a single piece.