Jewellery or Jewelry?
Well, both are correct. Jewellery is the correct spelling in British-English, whereas American English spells it jewelry. The word itself is derived from the old French word “jouel”. Whatever you say, Jewellery or Jewelry we are talking about exactly the same thing. We talk about consists of small pieces of precious gemstones and noble metals. But they are also made from simpler and everyday materials such as wood and glass.
Jewelry has been worn by men and women since ancient times. They have used for a number of different reasons. For example, as a symbol of social status, or as an indication of wealth and social recognition. Jewelry was not only for personal use. Many civilizations in the past have stored and kept large amounts of wealth stored in the form of jewelry.
Rings, necklaces, pendants, earrings, bracelets, cufflinks, and brooches, are the main jewelery set. Those sets can be attached to the body, the hair or even the clothes.