Examples of gemstone in a Sentence
traditionally, the gemstone for someone born in May is an emerald
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The institution’s natural and anthropological wonders include a maze of dinosaur fossils, rare gemstones, and ancient artifacts that rival the best collections anywhere.
Kuoh lived in Liberia and owned Phoenix Mining and Investment Group, which purported to be in the precious metal and gemstone business, officials said.
Among the items taken were a diamond ring, gold Tiffany bracelet and a pair of 18-carat gemstone earrings, Semritc said.
Hosted by Jean-Christophe Babin, Bulgari Group CEO, guests were greeted by models who glittered in the latest collection, which features more than 100 one-of-a-kind jewels and precious gemstones.
Think: some of the rarest gemstones in the world, meticulously set into detailed, luxurious gold, touched by the hands of some of the world’s most prestigious goldsmiths.
Beside it, a buffalo skull adorned with brown distressed leather accented by seed beads of cream, green, brown and other earthen tones along with mineral and gemstones.
Researchers uncovered artifacts—glass vessels and beads, rock crystals, gemstones, cowry shells and pottery—that originated in Yemen, Madagascar, the Maldives and China.
Hobbyists enjoyed cutting and polishing gemstones and mounting them in prefabricated jewelry settings or in metalwork of their own creation.
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First Known Use of gemstone
before 12th century
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Definition of gemstone for English Language Learners
: a stone that can be used in jewelry when it is cut and polished
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