Jewelry has always been a major part of culture where people are tasked to simply look and behold at its shimmering beauty. They are the richest of the earth, they stay hidden from the sights of man, they are only discovered among all the dirt and rocks that shield them from our desirable gazes. They are coveted and prized as something of great measure, an item purely for cosmetics yet one cannot help but glance at the hypnotic shine that it shows by default. They are crafted from the finest of the bunch and are molded into shapes and sizes that the molder sees fit. They are used by nobles and royalty to seperate them from the masses and create a divide between all social classes. They are sinful, and yet the sin is the fault of man, not of the rock.
When it comes to its craft there have been many a craftsmen that have come and gone over the years that have given their all to create something that can bedazzle the common man even more than what were previously made. So high was its demand and so aesthetic was its output that it became an art in and of itself. To create jewelry is one of the most painfully costly of crafts but the selling of each accessory or jewel itself can more than compensate the craftsmen or trader, especially due to the high demand and short supply of these crystallized rocks that glow of such sweet tempting melodies.