caged and bejeweled

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17:08 Jul 8, 2018
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Mining & Minerals / Gems / Jewelry collection
English term or phrase: caged and bejeweled
Context:

The new collection includes also the lines:
Caged and Bejeweled
Evoking the beauty of gilded vintage cages, each piece in the Caged line is gracefully adorned with a delicate, two-dimensional dragonfly—a signature motif prominent in the women’s watch collection.

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Taña Dalglish

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Reference information:
https://www.jewlr.com/caged-jewelry
The term "caged" comes from "The Cage Collection", a proper name, one which evokes the idea of being confined/penned in/surrounded by st (caged jewelry). I would not translate the word "cage/caged", or at best you can use an equivalent term in Spanish, literally "enjaulado".

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Note added at 36 mins (2018-07-08 17:45:03 GMT)
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"Encerrado" también.

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Note added at 39 mins (2018-07-08 17:48:23 GMT)
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This is an excellent glossary, but I am not sure all the links are working as they should: https://archive.is/www.jewels-gems-clocks-watches.com

Taña Dalglish
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