jew·​el·​er | \ ˈjü-ə-lər How to pronounce jeweler (audio) , ˈjü-lər also ˈju̇-lər\
variants: or jeweller

Definition of jeweler

1 : one who makes or repairs jewelry
2 : one who deals in jewelry, precious stones, watches, and usually silverware and china

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Conservative attitudes remain at the forefront in Qassim, where jewelers worked at a shop on Sunday. Margherita Stancati And Donna Abdulaziz, WSJ, "Saudi Women Drive Toward More Equality After Ban Is Lifted," 25 June 2018 Jo Riis-Hansen, a jeweler and ceramist in Copenhagen, is one of them. Laird Borrelli-persson, Vogue, "Danish Jeweler Jo Riis-Hansen Is Taking a Slow, Artisanal Approach to Her Latest Project," 28 Dec. 2018 Prince Philip accepted his mother's generous gift and worked with jewelers Philip Antrobus Ltd. to create the piece. Kayla Keegan, Good Housekeeping, "Prince Philip's Family Made a Huge Sacrifice for Queen Elizabeth's Engagement Ring," 25 Aug. 2018 In the film, Kaling plays jeweler Amita while Hathaway plays Daphne, an actress who wears the $150 million diamond necklace at the center of the heist at the Met Gala. Karen Mizoguchi,, "Anne Hathaway and Mindy Kaling Toast to Ocean's 8 Crossing $100 Million at Box Office: 'Sequel Much'," 25 June 2018 The heirloom was first made in 1914 by high-end jeweler Garrand for Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth II's grandmother, according to Town & Country. Erica Gonzales, Harper's BAZAAR, "Kate Middleton Wears the Lover's Knot Tiara to the Queen's 2018 Diplomatic Reception," 4 Dec. 2018 Casablanca, Morocco–based designer Zineb Britel retails her slippers online as does Jaipur, India’s legendary jewelers to the Maharajas of yore Munnu the Gem Palace. Lilah Ramzi, Vogue, "Have Travel, Will Shop: The Best Pieces From Around the World (And Those You Can Buy Online, Too)," 6 Sep. 2018 Miller spent her time raising the couple’s six children, helping out in the bakery and also taking on various jobs, including one with Rogers & Hollands jewelers. Bob Goldsborough,, "Dawn Miller, longtime school board member in Mundelein, dies," 19 June 2018 For this very important relationship milestone, Jared turned to the ABC-beloved jeweler to bring Ashley I.'s dream engagement ring to life. Jessica Radloff, Glamour, "The Bachelor's Jared Haibon and Ashley Iaconetti Tell Us the Story of That Neil Lane Engagement Ring," 19 July 2018

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First Known Use of jeweler

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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English Language Learners Definition of jeweler

: a person who makes, repairs, or sells jewelry and watches


variants: or jeweller \ ˈjü-​ə-​lər \

Kids Definition of jeweler

: a person who makes or buys and sells jewelry and related articles (as silverware)

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