Tropes about all kinds of jewelry, whether they be gemstones, rings, necklaces, etc. But all will sparkle.
Compare Conspicuous Consumption, which many of these tropes would count as.
Some of these tropes even count as Garnishing the Story, just because they are better if jewels are involved than something else.
Not to be confused with the video game Bejeweled.
- All-Natural Gem Polish
For gems that are naturally perfectly cut and polished.
- Body to Jewel
Bodily parts/fluids turn into jewels
- Carbuncle Creature
Creature with a gemstone on its forehead.
- Color-Coded Stones
Gemstones are only depicted in their most iconic color.
- Crystal Landscape
Setting filled with or composed of gems, crystals and jewels.
- Crystal Prison
Trapping characters inside of precious stones.
- Crystal Weapon
When weapons are made out of gems or crystals.
- Data Crystal
Jewels meet information-age supertech
- Distracted by the Luxury
Using luxuries, like jewelry, to distract ladies.
- Diamonds in the Buff
When the jewellery is all you're wearing.
- Dramatic Necklace Removal
Tearing off a necklace that's important to the wearer.
- Enormous Engagement Ring
For when you really want to make a statement about your upcoming wedding.
- Everything's Sparkly with Jewelry
Jewelry is glamorous.
Sticking jewels on anything just to pretty it up.
- Gem Heart
A jewel that's found inside a big dangerous creature
- Gemstone Assault
When jewels become lethal weapons.
- Gem Tissue
When gems or crystals are part of one's body.
- Glowing Gem
Light-emitting diamonds, rubies, emeralds or whatever.
- Jeweler's Eye Loupe
The most trusted tool to appraise gems.
- Mineral MacGuffin
Jewelry as a MacGuffin.
- Perplexing Pearl Production
Pearls are naturally perfect, and can be made by any sort of bivalve.
- Power Crystal
A magic crystal attached to an object to make the object more powerful.
- Ring of Power
A ring imbued with power that the wearer can use.
- Ripping Off the String of Pearls
A woman wearing a prominent string of pearls is likely to get them yanked off her neck... or rip them off herself.
- Treasure Is Bigger in Fiction
Gemstones and money are huge in fictional works.
- Treasure Room
Where else would you find gemstones?
- With This Ring
An engagement scene, involving an engagement ring.