jewellery (noun) · jewelry (noun)
Jewellery is defined as the British spelling for fashion accessories made of gems and precious metals. An example of jewellery is a pair of earrings. YourDictionary definition and usage example.
As nouns the difference between jewellery and jewel is that jewellery is (uk|australia|new zealand) collectively, personal ornamentation such as rings, necklaces, brooches and bracelets, made of precious metals and sometimes set with gemstones while jewel is a precious or semi-precious stone; gem, gemstone.
jew•el•ry. (ˈdʒu əl ri) n. objects of personal adornment, as necklaces, rings, bracelets, or brooches, esp. when made of precious metals, gemstones, or pearls and distinguished by very fine design and craft. Compare costume jewelry. Also, esp. Brit.,jew'el•ler•y.
The Bible’s answer. While it does not discuss this subject in detail, the Bible does not condemn the wearing of makeup, jewelry, or other forms of adornment. However, rather than focusing on physical appearance, the Bible promotes “the incorruptible adornment of the quiet and mild spirit.”— 1 Peter 3:3, 4.