Jewel Cafe

Key-Terms to know when
buying with Jewel Cafe

Word Explanation
1 Metallury It is a technology of extracting metal by chemical methods, to extract metals from the mineral ores. Sometimes, they are called alchemy too.
2 Refining It is a process of removing impurtities in the gold by two most common methods which are Miller process and Wohlwill process.
3 Smelting It is the process of extracting metal from ore by using high pressure, heat and chemicals. Smelting gold involves high-technology and high cost tools to perform.
4 Bullion Bullion is physical gold, silver or other precious metals in the form of bars, ingots or specialized coins that is said to maintain its value.
5 LBMA LBMA is London Bullion Market Association. An international trade association representing the global bullion market and defines itself as 'global authority on precious metals'.
6 Yellow gold (jewellery) Yellow gold is the purest form in gold and for jewellery, it is made into alloy which contains pure gold, zinc and copper.
7 White gold (jewellery) White gold is an alloy that mixed with palladium or nickel to give the colour silver or platinum.
8 Rose gold (jewellery) Rose gold is an alloy that mixed with approximately 25% of copper which gives the pinkish colour. Sometimes, known as pink gold.
9 Karat It is a gold measurement. It measures the fineness (purity) of gold. It is spelled Carat outside of United States.
10 Alloy Alloy is an admixture of metal or a metal combined with one or more elements. For example, gold and copper produces yellow gold.
11 Troy ounce Troy ounce is a unit of measure used to weighing precious metals that dates back to old days. One troy ounce is equal to 31.1g.
12 Aqua regia A yellow-orange fuming liquid that can dessolve the moble metal gold and platinum. It is used to dissolved gold which used in industrial products such as circuit boards.
13 Aurum Gold is a chemical element with the symbol which comes from Latin word 'aurum'. Au seal maybe found in some white gold jewelleries.
14 Dinar The modern Islamic gold dinar is a projected bullion coin and first issued in AH 77. The wieght of the dinar is 1 mithqal (4.25 grams).
15 Precious metal Precious metals are rare, naturally occuring metallic chemical of high economic value. Gold, silver, platinum and palladium each have an ISO 4217 currency code.
16 Gold tooth Gold tooth is a form of dental prosthesis where the vissible part of tooth is replaced with a prosthetic molded from gold.
17 Gold plated Gold plated means jewellery made of a base metal such as copper or silver that has a very thin layer of gold applied to the top.
18 Gold Filled Gold filled means jewellery is made by taking one or more sheets of solid gold and wrapped them around a base metal inder intense pressure.
19 Vermeil It means gold plated sterling silver or fine silver, It is regular old plating except the underlying metal is silver instead of a base metal.
20 Nugget It is gold fragment weathered out of an original lode. Nuggets are usually K20 to K22 in purity.
Word Explanation
1 Purity Platinium has the highest purity of precious metals used for fabricationof premium jewellery and is commonly alloyed into a purity of 95%.
2 Wedding ring Wedding rings is traditionally plain precious metal band with simple diamond that you received when you exchange vows at wedding ceremony.
3 Engagement ring Engagement ring typically have one dominant stone and usually precious metals as the ring material. Engagement ring is usally given during proposal.
4 Diamond Diamond is a solid form of element carbon with its atoms arranged in acrystal structure called diamond cubic. Diamond is usually used to make diamond rings with precious metal such as platinum.
5 Resistance Platinum is one of the least reactive metals. It has remarkable resistance to corrosion and event to high temperatures.
6 Aqua regia A yellow-orange fuming liquid that can dessolve the moble metal gold and platinum. It is used to dissolved gold which used in industrial products such as circuit boards.
7 Precious metal Precious metals are rare, naturally occuring metallic chemical of high economic value. Gold, silver, platinum and palladium each have an ISO 4217 currency code.
8 Bar Platinum bullion products are commonly purchase for investment purposes. Platinum bars is just like coins for easy storage and transport.
9 Troy ounce Troy ounce is a unit of measure used to weighing precious metals that dates back to old days. One troy ounce is equal to 31.1g.
10 Alloy Alloy is an admixture of metal or a metal combined with one or more elements. For example, raw platinum founed alloyed with other metals such as iron, copper, etc.
11 Mining Native platinum and platinum alloys can be mined on concentrated sand and gravel beds called placer deposits.
12 Flotation separation Air bubbles are blown through the mixture and carry platinum particles to the surface of the bath which allowed to dry into concentrated powder.
13 Buy back The buying back of goods by the original seller. It is an agreement to repurchase the item at a later date.
14 Trade in An arrangement in which someone buys a new item at a reduced price by giving the old item in payment.
15 Pawn Pawn is a kind of borrowing money or cash immediately. The down side is that you will have to pay more money including the interest to get the item back.
16 Recycle It is a process of collect and selling unwanted item and inexchange them into new items or money.
17 Noble metal Noble metals are a group of metals that do not react easily with other elements. For example, gold, platinum, silver and many more.
18 Accessories The accessories of platinum jewellery can increase the resell value because it will be treated as jewellery instead of precious metal.
19 Hallmarks It is an official mark or series of marks stuck on items made of metal, mostly to certify the content of noble metal such as platinum.
20 Allergy Platinum is safe from allergies. But if mixed with nickel, it may cause allergic reactions to the wearer.
Word Explanation
1 GIA GIA, Gemological Institute of America is an independent nonprofit that protects the gem and jewellery buying public through research, education and laboratory services.
2 IGI IGI, International Gemological Institute is an independent laboratory for testing and grading gemstones and fine jewellery.
3 AGS AGS, American Gem Society is jewellery trade organization that help protect the jewellery-buying public from fraud and false advertising.
4 Carat Carat is the diamond's physical weight measured in metric carat. One carat equals to 1/5 gram.
5 Cut Diamond cut has the greatest effect on the diamond's beauty.
6 Clarity Diamond clarity is depending on the internal inclusions and external blemishes.
7 Colour Colour of diamonds occurs in many hues and it range from colorless to light yellow or light brown. Other natural colours are known as 'fancy' and have different grading.
8 Certificate It is a diamond grading report which covers all 4Cs of diamond certification for loose diamonds, ensuring consumers know exactly what diamond they are buying.
9 Loose diamond A loose diamond is a diamond that is ready for sale and ready to be mounted on a ring, a pendant, earring or any piece of diamond.
10 Melee diamond Melee is small diamonds, either single cut or full cut weighing less than 1/5 carat. They are often cut into tiny round diamonds and set around a center stone or on the band.
11 Round Round diamonds are most popular diamond that have a classic uniform and symmetrical shape that consists of 58 facets, which qualifies them a brilliant cut.
12 Pear Pear shape diamond also known as the teardrop or pendeloque cut. It is called a modified brilliant cut, one that blend the Marquise and oval cut with one rounded end and a point on the other.
13 Birthstone Diamond is the birthstone of April and it provides the wearer with better relationships and an increase in inner strength.
14 Hardness Diamond has the highest hardness in the Mohs sacales. It is four times as hard as corundum.
15 Gemstone Gemstone is a piece of mineral crystal which is cut, polished and used in a piece of jewellery.
16 Solitaire It refers to any piece id jewellery with a single diamond. It can be a ing, necklace, earring, etc.
17 Taper Taper is a form of cutting was developed to put elongated, rough diamonds whose ends are uneven. One end is wide and the other end is narrower.
18 Fancy cut Fancy cut refers to any diamond shape other than round cut. For example, asscher cut, cushion cut, emerald cut, heart shaped and many more.
19 Flawless Flawless diamond have ho inclusions or blemishes visible under 10 times magnification.
20 Excellent cut Excellent cut gives the diamond the highest level of fire and brilliance. Almost all of the incoming light is reflected through the table and the diamond radiates with magnificient sparkle.
Word Explanation
1 Calibre A watch movement is the engine of a watch that acts as the powerhouse to make the watch and its functions operate.
2 Model Number A watch's model number is a unique set of numbers that are used to differentiate a watch from other timepieces made by the same timepiece manufacture.
3 Serial Number A serial number is one identification group of numbers or letters, which assigned to a specific timepieces.
4 Dial Dial, also known as the face, is the portion of the watch that diaplays the time. The hands are the markers on the dial that indicate time.
5 Bracelet Also know as strap, band or belt. It is a bracelet that straps a wist watch onto the wrist. It maybe made of leather, plastic, rubber or metal, sometimes in combination.
6 Sapphire glass Sapphire glass is made synthetically and isn't actually considered a glass but a crystal. It is madeup from crystalline alluminium oxides at very high temperatures.
7 Crown It is the 'little knob on the side of the watch' used to set time. It may serve other functions depending on the watch. For example, used to wind the mainspring on mechanical watches.
8 Chronograph A chronograph is a specific type of watch that is used as a stopwatch combined with a display watch. It has a second hand that can start, stop and return to zero by successive pressure.
9 Chronometer A watch that has been independently test by COSC (Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) in Swiss.
10 Complication An additional function of watch such as stopwatchm calendar or moonphase indicator. This kind of watch is more expensive and complex to build.
11 GMT GMT means Greenwich Mean Time and has the ability to track two time zones at once. They are particularly useful for flyer.
12 Mechanical A mechanical watch is a watch that uses a clockwork mechanism to measure the passage of time and is driven by a mainspring.
13 Self-winding Self-winding means automatic movements harness energy through the natural motion of the wearer's wrist.
14 Hand-winding Hand-winding means an movement that must be wound manually by the wearer on a regular basis.
15 Quartz It is a timepieces that use an electronic oscillator regulated by a quartz crystal to keep time.
16 Full-set Full-set is considered the watch itself, box, papers, and all other warranty-related provenance, as well as all accessories that were included when the watch was bought.
17 Skeleton A skeleton watch shows the inner working of the watch. A transparent or partially cut-out dial so that the movement can be seen from the front of the watch.
18 Analog watch An analog watch is a watch whose display is not digital but rather analog with a traditional clock face.
19 Digital watch A digital watch has a digital display shows the time as a number instead of a shorthand pointing towards the number 12 and a long hand around the dial. Digits are usually shown as a seven-segment display.
20 Smartwatch A smartwatch is a wearable computer in the form of a watch. It provide a local touchscreen interface for daily use, while an associated smartphone app provides for management and telemetry.
Branded Bags
Word Explanation
1 Model number A bag's model number is a unique set of numbers that are used to differentiate a bag from other leather goods made by the same manufacturer.
2 Material There are various type of material for a manufacturer to make their bags. For example, leather, canvas, nylon, cordura, etc.
3 Hardware A bag's hardware is also known as fittings such as buckles, lable, zipper, rings, snap hook, locks etc. It may be in the form of metal or plastic materials.
4 Accessories The accessory is considered the box, paper bag, dust bags, authenticity card as well as all accessories that were included when the bag was bought.
5 Designer bag Designer bags are made of high-quality materials that make them last for a very long time.
6 Authenticity card Authenticity card can be in the form of plastic card or thick paper. This card shows the information of the bag especially model number, serial number, material, etc.
7 Brand stamps Brand stamp is the logo stamp for a manufacturer and is normally embossed onto the material. The font used for the stamp can tells you if the logo is genuine or otherwise.
8 Dust bag Dust bag acts as a second skin to the luxury bag and used to store the bag when not in use. It shields the item from dust, dirt and even insects.
9 Serial number Serial number is a group of number which usually found on the bag. These number sometimes shows the manufacturing location, manufacturing year and production sequence.
10 Hand bag Hand bag is a bag which held in the hand or carried by means of a handle or strap. It is commonly used by women for holding money, small things, etc.
11 Shoulder bag Shoulder bag is also a type of hand bag but a shoulder bag normally has one strap and normally the bag is carry on the shoulder.
12 Sling bag Sling bag is a bag that has one end of the strap attached to the top of the bag and the other end attached to the bottom of the bag. It can be hand from shoulder or across the front of your body.
13 Pouch bag Pouch is a small bag with drawsting used to carrying things. It is a perfect size to keep small items.
14 Clutch bag Clutch bag is a small, flat handbag without handles or straps. However, nowadays there are larger bags with detachable straps which also call as clutch bags.
15 Bifold wallet Bifold wallets are those ubiquitous wallets that people carry cash and card around. It can be fold into half, comes with card slots and always include a coin section.
16 Long wallet Long wallet is a wallet which provides enough room to carry items such as passport and checque book. Sometimes, it comes with slots designed to help you separate different country currencies.
17 Counterfeit Counterfeit bags also known as super fake bags. They are made so meticulously close to the original designs and normally available after original collections are launched.
18 Pre-loved Pre-loved means an items which is no longer loved by one will be loved by another. There are many pre-loved designer handbags available in the pre-owned market.
19 Second hand market A place where used good or second hand good is being trade to a second or later end user. The condition is no longer the same as it was transferred to the current owner.
20 Assessment Assessement is an evaluation or appraisal of an item regarding its condition, value and authenticity.
Shop Location Word
Word Explanation
1 Shopping mall Jewel Café is located in the shopping mall especially AEON Malls for the customer easy access.
2 Setiawangsa Setiawangsa is an eastern suburb in Kuala Lumpur. It is located less than 4 kilometres from the city centre and located right next to Ampang.
3 Setiawangsa LRT Setiawangsa LRT station is situated in Kuala Lumpur, north from the commercial core of along Jalan Jelatek, which border the hilly areas of Semarak.
4 Wangsa Maju Wangsa Maju is a township and a constituency in Kuala Lumpur. This area is surrounded by Setapak, Taman Melati and Gombak.
5 Wangsa Maju LRT Wangsa Maju LRT station is an elevated rapid transit station in Wangsa Maju area forming part of Kelana Jaya Line LRT.
6 Cheras Cheras is a town and district, straddling both the Kuala Lumpur and Hulu Langat District in Selangor.
7 Sunway Velocity Sunway Velocity Mall is a mall with 400 retail shops and it is located just besides AEON Taman Maluri Shopping Centre.
8 Maluri Maluri is a subsurb in the constituency of Cheras and situated near the border of the constituency of Titiwangsa.
9 MRT Maluri Maluri MRT station is situated in Taman Maluri, Cheras. This station is the interchange station to RapidKL LRT (Ampang Line) and RapidKL Bus hub.
10 Bukit Raja Bukit Raja is a mukin in Petaling District that contains several areas in northen Shah Alam which are western part of Section 7 of Shah Alam.
11 Klang Klang is a royal town and former capital of the state of Selangor. It is located within Klang District.
12 Shah Alam Shah Alam is a city and the state capital of Selangor and situated within the Petaling District. A small portion of the neghbouring in Klang District.
13 Central i-City Central i-City is one of the shopping mall in Shah Alam. The mall is a joint-venture project and located 5 minutes from AEON Bukit Raja Shopping Mall.
14 Taman Equine MRT Taman Equine MRT station is a mass rapit transit station with still under construction that will serve the suburbs of Taman Equine and Taman Pinggiran Putra.
15 Seri Kembangan Seri Kembangan, formerly know as Serdang New Village, is a town located in Selangor. The town is now a considerable city insize.
16 Bukit Mertajam Bukit Mertajam is the administrative centre of the city of Seberang Perai in Penang. It also serves as the seat of the Central Seberang Perai District.
17 Tesco Bukit Mertajam Tesco Bukit Mertajam is an hypermarket that offers fresh produce, groceries, household items and apaparel. It located nearby to AEON Bukit Mertajam Shopping Mall.
18 Seberang Perai Seberang Perai is a city in the state of Penang. It is situated on Malay Peninsula opposite Penang Island, bordering Kedah to north and east and Perak to the south.
19 Batu Kawan Batu Kawan is an island in the city of Seberang Perai. It is geographically separated from the rest of Seberang Perai by Jawi and Tengah rivers.
20 Butterworth Butterworth is the largest urban settlement in the city of Seberang Perai. The town came into being as a transportation hub due to its proximity to George Town.