bezel

1 Metal rim or band set around the edge inside the shutting edge of a container. 2 Rim or setting edge of a ring that holds the stone or ornament, often loosely applied to the whole setting. 3 Metal rim holding the glass or watch or clock face.

bezel

1. The part of a cut stone that protrudes above the edge of a setting. The bezel is also known as the crown.
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Bezel

• (n.) The rim which encompasses and fastens a jewel or other object, as the crystal of a watch, in the cavity in which it is set.
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bezel

(from the article `ring`) ...circle can have a circular, semicircular, or square cross-section, or it can be shaped as a flat band. The shoulders consist of a thickening or ...
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bezel

noun a sloping edge on a cutting tool
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Bezel

[jewellery] The bezel of a ring is a wider and usually thicker section of the hoop, which may contain a flat surface, usually with an engraved design, as in a signet ring, or a gem. The ring is normally worn to display the bezel on the upper or outer side of the finger. The word may also refer to a bezel setting for a stone, which is a gene...
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Bezel

Bez'el (bĕz'ĕl) noun [ From an old form of French biseau sloping edge, probably from Latin bis double. See Bi- .] The rim which encompasses and fastens a jewel or other object, as the crystal of a watch, in the cavity in which it is set.
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Bezel

A panel for cosmetic purposes that covers the face of an electronic device.
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Bezel

A thin strip of metal that holds a gemstone in place.Used in place of prongs.
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bezel

Metal rim or band set around the edge inside the shutting edge of a container. Also - Rim or setting edge of a ring that holds the stone or ornament, often loosely applied to the whole setting. Also - Metal rim holding the glass or watch or clock face.
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bezel

oblique side or face of a cut gem
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Bezel

The retaining ring in which the crystal or glass is mounted.   It forms part of the case and was usually hinged to the main body until about 1880, after which screw-threaded or snap-on bezels gradually came into use.
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bezel

The ring that surrounds the face of the watch and holds its protective crystal in place. Bezels may rotate around the face of the watch, to calculate elapsed time amongst other applications
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bezel

[n] - a sloping edge on a cutting tool
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