Our selection of amusing jewelry puns is provided here. Certain ring chime jewelry puns are funny enough to make you laugh aloud and are unknown to most people.
Take your time reading these jewelry puns or riddles where the setup or punchline is a question with answers. We sincerely hope that you will find our jewelry puns amusing enough to share and amuse others.
Funny Jewelry Puns
Q: Why was the jewelry box so good at singing?
A: It had the best “jewel” tones.
Q: Why did the necklace attend school?
A: To improve its “link” to education.
Q: What did the bracelet say to the hat?
A: “You go on ahead, I’ll hang around the wrist.”
Q: Why did the ring wear a tight belt?
A: It wanted to hold its “waist” in.
Q: Why did the earring stay calm during the argument?
A: It knew how to “hang” in there.
Q: Why did the brooch get a ticket?
A: It was “pinned” for speeding.
Q: Why was the necklace always in trouble?
A: It was too “chained” to its bad habits.
Q: Why did the diamond break up with the coal?
A: It felt “taken for granted.”
Q: Why did the ruby get embarrassed?
A: It saw the diamond’s carat.
Q: Why was the gem feeling down?
A: It was under too much “pressure.”
Q: How does a jeweler greet his customers?
A: “Diamonds are a girl’s best hello!”
Q: Why did the gold go to school?
A: To become a-“u” educated.
Q: Why was the jewel so good at baseball?
A: It had diamond skills.
Q: How does a gem say goodbye?
A: “It’s been crystal clear; till next time!”
Q: Why did the gem go to the doctor?
A: It had too many “facets.”
Q: Why did the bracelet need therapy?
A: It had too many “attachment” issues.
Q: How does a gem flirt?
A: “I’m precious, but I have a facet for every side of you.”
Q: Why was the opal always so optimistic?
A: It had an “opal-timistic” outlook on life.
Q: How did the gem compliment its friend?
A: “You’re a real gem!”
Q: Why did the necklace go to the beach?
A: To get a little “sunkissed.”
Q: What do you call a gem that’s great at telling jokes?
A: A “gem” of a comedian.
Q: Why did the jewelry get kicked out of school?
A: For “gold”-ing during class.
Q: Why was the jewelry cleaner so confident?
A: Because he knew how to make things shine!
Q: Why did the gemologist go broke?
A: Too many overhead “carats.”
Q: How does a piece of jewelry say thank you?
A: “You have my eternal ‘ring’ of gratitude.”
Q: What did the diamond say to its jeweler?
A: “Stop setting limits on me!”
Q: Why did the gem have such a cool attitude?
A: It had a lot of “ice.”
Q: What’s a gem’s favorite kind of music?
A: Anything that’s “rock.”
Q: How did the gold propose to the silver?
A: “Will you be my precious metal for life?”
Q: Why did the bracelet go to jail?
A: For “brace-letting” the law.
Q: Why did the necklace go to school?
A: To improve its pendant-ship.
Q: How did the ring express its love?
A: “I’m wrapped around your finger.”
Q: Why was the jewel cold?
A: It was a bit “frosty.”
Q: What did the locket say to the key?
A: “You hold the secret to my heart.”
Q: Why was the earring feeling left out?
A: It felt it wasn’t being “heard.”
Q: Why did the watch and ring break up?
A: They just couldn’t find the “time” for each other.
Q: How do you compliment a diamond’s appearance?
A: “You are looking sharp!”
Q: Why was the gold feeling melancholic?
A: It was having a mid-life “karat-sis.”
Q: How does a jeweler call their best friend?
A: “My partner in ‘shines’.”
Q: Why did the pearl live a life of luxury?
A: Because it was raised in “high-clams.”
Q: How do you compliment a jeweler’s work?
A: “Your work is crystal clear!”
Q: Why did the ruby go to school?
A: To become a little “brighter.”
Q: Why did the gemologist become a comedian?
A: Because he wanted to “rock” the audience with laughter.
Q: What did the diamond say after a successful diet?
A: “I feel 10 carats lighter!”
Q: Why was the ring feeling confident?
A: It always had a glow about it.
Q: Why did the necklace go to therapy?
A: It had too many links to its past.
Q: Why was the diamond so calm under pressure?
A: Because pressure made it shine.
Q: What do you call it when one gem maligns another?
A: A “jewel” slander.
Q: How does a jewelry shop keep its inventory secure?
A: With “locks and karats.”
Q: Why was the opal always optimistic?
A: It always saw the world in its true colors.
Q: How did the bracelet express friendship?
A: “I’ve got a bond that clasps!”
Q: Why was the jeweler always calm?
A: He had a lot of “patience and gems.”
Q: What do you call a ring that loves to dance?
A: A “diamond in the groove.”
Q: Why did the gold go to school?
A: To get a little “brighter.”
Q: Why did the jewelry designer go to the beach?
A: To “sea” the pearls.
Q: How did the jewelry box say goodbye?
A: “Shut-tling off now!”
Q: Why did the brooch pin the blame on the necklace?
A: It didn’t want to get caught in a “clasp act.”
Q: What did the pendant say to the necklace?
A: “Hang in there.”
Q: Why was the gem always tired?
A: It had too many “facets” to its life.
Q: Why did the diamond go outside?
A: To catch some rays and sparkle.
Q: What do you call a gem that’s a comedian?
A: A “crystal-clear joker.”
Q: How do precious stones flirt?
A: They “wink” with their sparkle.
Q: Why was the gem feeling blue?
A: It was a sapphire.
Q: Why did the necklace get an award?
A: For outstanding “link-age” in the field.
Q: What did the jade say after a workout?
A: “That was a solid stretch.”
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