Is it spelled ‘Jewellery’ or ‘Jewelry’?
30 Jun 2011
We all know the feeling of spelling a word and being slightly in doubt as to whether our spelling is correct. In the case of 'jewellery' or 'jewelry', you are certainly forgiven if you have ever been slightly confused!
The most commonly used variations of this noun, meaning precious items of personal decoration, are jewellery and jewelry. The correct spelling in both Australian and British English is jewellery. In American English, the correct spelling is jewelry. Canadian English, on the other hand, uses both variations, with the most popular being jewellery.
Considering these differences, the singular noun jewel is spelled this way across all English dialects.
Custom Made Engagement Rings
Larsen Jewellery specialises in custom made engagement rings. The picture gallery above includes a selection of engagement ring designs, but as all our engagement rings are custom made, your choice of design is not limited to what you see in our gallery. Also, the engagement rings you see above can all be made with your choice of diamond or coloured gemstone and in your choice of metal. You can either use our many display rings to help you choose or, alternatively, you can bring in your own ideas or pictures and our jewellers can create sketches of various design options.
Deal Directly with our Jewellers
At Larsen Jewellery you deal directly with the jeweller who handcrafts your engagement ring. Experience our friendly service and the exceptional quality of our custom made diamond rings which come with a lifetime guarantee. And importantly, as you are buying directly from our jewellery studio at our workshop prices, you get real value for money. Come in for an obligation-free appointment with one of our jewellers who can advise you on choosing an engagement ring design that suits your individual style.