Jewellery is an individual embellishment that people used from ancient time to complement themselves. From time to time, lots of things have been added for the production of ornaments. Many of these are elements, like mercury (Hg), lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), nickel (Ni), arsenic (As), etc. and they are harmful to human health. The wide uses of some of these elements in the ornaments are for making them more durable and glossy. Metallic gold is the major primary component of the gold ornaments. In addition to harming the environment, some of these elements have a strong possibility of entering the food chain. Jewelers and regular users of jewellery are particular targets of the excessive presence of toxic metals in these. In the poorly ventilated working space, jewelers continuously inhale the invisible, odorless toxic vapour and suffer from diseases like anxiety, memory loss, skin problems, and poor cognitive function.