Accessories & Bags


Required Information

  • Care instructions (when given)

  • Included items (e.g. sunglasses with a case, purse with a duster bag)

  • Product dimensions

  • Sizing info for belt 


Recommended Style Guidelines

Consider including the following:

  • Women/men/unisex (e.g. men's scarves, women's leather gloves, sunglasses for men and women)

  • Brand information

  • Style (e.g. classic, modern, vintage-inspired)

  • Material

  • Seasonality (if fabric is lightweight or has a seasonal print or color)

  • Special product certification (e.g. TSA approved, Prop 65 compliant, etc.)

  • Inclusion of pockets, card slots, phone slots, etc.

  • Closure type: snap, zipper, toggle, etc.

  • Purse strap removability and length



Eyeglasses & Sunglasses


Required Information

  • Frame material

  • Lens material

  • Lens color

  • Protection (UV, polarized, etc.)

  • For optical frames: are prescription lenses included?

  • Product dimensions 


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • We recommend not describing eyewear as “a pair” of glasses. Instead, use “eyeglass frames” or “eyewear” to avoid misrepresentation.



Jewelry: Earrings


Required Information

  • Under Stone Type, list the name of the stone (e.g. diamond, sapphire, or amethyst)

  • Under Treatment, list how the stone or crystal was made (e.g. genuine, lab created, or lab grown)


For diamonds:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Color:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Clarity:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Proof of certification

  • Note: Total number of stones and total carat weight are not required for accent diamonds.


For genuine gemstones:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Birthstone of the month:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:


For cubic zirconia and created or simulated gemstones:

  • Crystal type:

  • Total number:

  • Treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If a brand has an umlaut in it, be sure to include it in the write-up (e.g. Stührling, Bürgi, etc.). To create to create an umlaut, hold down Option + U then type in the letter you want (in this case, U again).

  • Fine jewelry: keep product name simple (e.g. Diamond Bracelet)

  • CZ jewelry: state in title (e.g. CZ Tennis Bracelet)

  • For Swarovski crystals: specify that the item is made with Swarovski crystals (e.g. Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals).

  • CTW vs. CTTW: CTW is the weight of one stone (or pair of solitaire earrings). CTTW is the combined weight of many stones.

  • There should be a space between the number and carat measurement (e.g. 1/2 CTTW Stud Earrings).

  • Call out precious metals in the title, even if it's also plated with another type of metal; do not include hyphens. Examples:

    • 10K Solid Yellow Gold Mariana Bracelet

    • 14K Solid Rose Gold Ball Stud Earrings

    • 18K Yellow and Rose Gold-Plated Solid Silver

    • 1.00 CTW Diamond Earrings in 10K Solid White Gold

  • Include full metal type in the bullets, even if it's plated (e.g. 14K white gold over brass).

  • Always use "K” instead of spelling out "Karat".

  • Refer to sterling silver as 0.925 sterling silver (not 925).

  • Use "Lab created" if it's a lab-created diamond.

  • Only include diamond color in the title if it's something other than white.

  • Use "Genuine" vs.“Authentic”

  • Simulated diamonds is another term for cubic zirconia.

  • Note AAA quality in the bullet points.



Jewelry: Pendants, Necklaces & Bracelets


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • Under Stone Type, list the name of the stone (e.g. diamond, sapphire, or amethyst)

  • Under Treatment, list how the stone or crystal was made (e.g. genuine, lab created, or lab grown)


For diamonds:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Color:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Clarity:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Chain type:

  • Chain length:

  • Clasp type:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Proof of certification

  • Note: Total number of stones and total carat weight are not required for accent diamonds


For genuine gemstones:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Birthstone of the month:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Chain type:

  • Chain length:

  • Clasp type:

  • Full dimensions:


For cubic zirconia and created or simulated gemstones:

  • Crystal type:

  • Total number:

  • Treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Chain type:

  • Chain length:

  • Clasp type:

  • Full dimensions:


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If a brand has an umlaut in it, be sure to include it in the write-up (e.g. Stührling, Bürgi, etc.). To create to create an umlaut, hold down Option + U then type in the letter you want (in this case, U again).

  • Fine jewelry: keep product name simple (e.g. Diamond Bracelet)

  • CZ jewelry: state in title (e.g. CZ Tennis Bracelet)

  • For Swarovski crystals: specify that the item is made with Swarovski crystals (e.g. Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals).

  • CTW vs. CTTW: CTW is the weight of one stone (or pair of solitaire earrings). CTTW is the combined weight of many stones.

  • There should be a space between the number and carat measurement (e.g. 1/2 CTTW Stud Earrings).

  • Call out precious metals in the title, even if it's also plated with another type of metal; do not include hyphens. Examples:

    • 10K Solid Yellow Gold Mariana Bracelet

    • 14K Solid Rose Gold Ball Stud Earrings

    • 18K Yellow and Rose Gold-Plated Solid Silver

    • 1.00 CTW Diamond Earrings in 10K Solid White Gold

  • Include full metal type in the bullets, even if it's plated (e.g. 14K white gold over brass).

  • Always use "K” instead of spelling out "Karat".

  • Refer to sterling silver as 0.925 sterling silver (not 925).

  • Use "Lab created" if it's a lab-created diamond.

  • Only include diamond color in the title if it's something other than white.

  • Use "Genuine" vs.“Authentic”

  • Simulated diamonds is another term for cubic zirconia.

  • Note AAA quality in the bullet points.



Jewelry: Rings


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • Under Stone Type, list the name of the stone (e.g. diamond, sapphire, or amethyst)

  • Under Treatment, list how the stone or crystal was made (e.g. genuine, lab created, or lab grown)

  • Ring size should be used when only one size is available.


For diamonds:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Color:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Clarity:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Proof of certification

  • Ring size:

  • Ring sizing guide (http://gr.pn/18ML4I7)

  • Note: Total number of stones and total carat weight are not required for accent diamonds


For genuine gemstones:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Birthstone of the month:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Ring size:

  • [Ring sizing guide] (http://gr.pn/18ML4I7)


For cubic zirconia and created or simulated gemstones:

  • Crystal type:

  • Total number:

  • Treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Ring size:

  • Ring sizing guide (http://gr.pn/18ML4I7)


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If a brand has an umlaut in it, be sure to include it in the write-up (e.g. Stührling, Bürgi, etc.). To create to create an umlaut, hold down Option + U then type in the letter you want (in this case, U again).

  • Fine jewelry: keep product name simple (e.g. Diamond Bracelet)

  • CZ jewelry: state in title (e.g. CZ Tennis Bracelet)

  • For Swarovski crystals: specify that the item is made with Swarovski crystals (e.g. Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals).

  • CTW vs. CTTW: CTW is the weight of one stone (or pair of solitaire earrings). CTTW is the combined weight of many stones.

  • There should be a space between the number and carat measurement (e.g. 1/2 CTTW Stud Earrings).

  • Call out precious metals in the title, even if it's also plated with another type of metal; do not include hyphens. Examples:

    • 10K Solid Yellow Gold Mariana Bracelet

    • 14K Solid Rose Gold Ball Stud Earrings

    • 18K Yellow and Rose Gold-Plated Solid Silver

    • 1.00 CTW Diamond Earrings in 10K Solid White Gold

  • Include full metal type in the bullets, even if it's plated (e.g. 14K white gold over brass).

  • Always use "K” instead of spelling out "Karat".

  • Refer to sterling silver as 0.925 sterling silver (not 925).

  • Use "Lab created" if it's a lab-created diamond.

  • Only include diamond color in the title if it's something other than white.

  • Use "Genuine" vs.“Authentic”

  • Simulated diamonds is another term for cubic zirconia.

  • Note AAA quality in the bullet points.



Jewelry: Sets & Misc.


Required Information

  • Under Stone Type, list the name of the stone (e.g. diamond, sapphire, or amethyst)

  • Under Treatment, list how the stone or crystal was made (e.g. genuine, lab created, or lab grown)

  • Ring size should be used when only one size is available.


For diamonds:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Color:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Clarity:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:

  • Proof of certification

  • Note: Total number of stones and total carat weight are not required for accent diamonds


For genuine gemstones:

  • Stone type:

  • Total number of stones:

  • Total carat weight:

  • Shape:

  • Cut:

  • Stone treatment:

  • Birthstone of the month:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Full dimensions:


For cubic zirconia and created or simulated gemstones:

  • Crystal type:

  • Total number:

  • Treatment:

  • Metal:

  • Finish:

  • Chain type:

  • Chain length:

  • Clasp type:

  • Full dimensions:


Additional info for ALL Rings:


Additional info for ALL Necklaces, Bracelets, Anklets, Etc.

  • Chain type:

  • Chain length:

  • Clasp type:


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If a brand has an umlaut in it, be sure to include it in the write-up (e.g. Stührling, Bürgi, etc.). To create to create an umlaut, hold down Option + U then type in the letter you want (in this case, U again).

  • Fine jewelry: keep product name simple (e.g. Diamond Bracelet)

  • CZ jewelry: state in title (e.g. CZ Tennis Bracelet)

  • For Swarovski crystals: specify that the item is made with Swarovski crystals (e.g. Bracelet with Swarovski Crystals).

  • CTW vs. CTTW: CTW is the weight of one stone (or pair of solitaire earrings). CTTW is the combined weight of many stones.

  • There should be a space between the number and carat measurement (e.g. 1/2 CTTW Stud Earrings).

  • Call out precious metals in the title, even if it's also plated with another type of metal; do not include hyphens. Examples:

    • 10K Solid Yellow Gold Mariana Bracelet

    • 14K Solid Rose Gold Ball Stud Earrings

    • 18K Yellow and Rose Gold-Plated Solid Silver

    • 1.00 CTW Diamond Earrings in 10K Solid White Gold

  • Include full metal type in the bullets, even if it's plated (e.g. 14K white gold over brass).

  • Always use "K” instead of spelling out "Karat".

  • Refer to sterling silver as 0.925 sterling silver (not 925).

  • Use "Lab created" if it's a lab-created diamond.

  • Only include diamond color in the title if it's something other than white.

  • Use "Genuine" vs.“Authentic”

  • Simulated diamonds is another term for cubic zirconia.

  • Note AAA quality in the bullet points.



Luggage


Required Information

  • Product dimensions

  • Product dimensions when expanded

  • Weight of luggage pieces

  • Number/size/type of pieces in the set 


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If the luggage has spinner wheels, this should be indicated in the description

  • What’s included in the luggage set (if it is a set)

  • Materials (e.g. hard- or soft-sided) and texture if possible

  • Weight if notable

    • This depends on the luggage:

    • Shoulder/weekend/carry-on bags: around 6 lb.

    • For 21” carry-on pieces, under 10 lb.

    • 30” pieces, around 10 lb. is good

  • Handle extension mechanism: what it is and measurements

  • Number and type of wheels: inline or spinner wheels

  • Number and type of pockets: zippered/velcro-ed

  • If cloth handles, length of drop

  • Number of pockets and kinds of closures: zipper, velcro, snaps, etc.

  • Product dimensions with expandability

  • Whether the bag is carry-on-compatible

  • Please note if there is an integrated TSA accepted combination lock



Watches


Required Information

  • Movement type:

  • Case material:

  • Case dimensions:

  • Bezel material:

  • Bezel color:

  • Band material:

  • Band dimensions:

  • Adjustable band

  • Clasp type:

  • Water resistance:

  • Full dimensions (case width + band length):

  • Water resistance only required if provided


Recommended Style Guidelines

  • If a brand has an umlaut in it, be sure to include it in the write-up (e.g., Stührling, Bürgi). To create to create an umlaut, hold down Option + U then type in the letter you want (in this case, U again).

  • Call out these special features in the title when applicable: Chronograph, Multi-Function, Tachymeter, Automatic, Mechanical, Titanium, Sapphire Crystal, and Water Resistance of 500 meters or more

  • Include unique features: Japanese Movement, 316l Stainless Steel (Surgical Grade)

  • Water resistance in meters (not atm)

  • If the record lists a “stainless steel caseback,” note it in description.