The jewel case is the original compact disc packaging form and has been used since the CD was first introduced in 1982.
The jewel case is a three-piece plastic case made from injection-moulded polystyrene, measuring 5.59 x 4.92 x 0.39 inches.
It usually contains a compact disc along with a booklet or folder and an inlay card. Two opposing transparent halves are hinged together to form the casing, the back half holding a media tray that grips the disc through its hole.
Jewel cases are commonly used for, but not limited to CD album releases.
CD | JEWEL CASE
1 disc | Booklet and Inlay
A selection of booklet options
4 page booklet
6 page roll-fold booklet
8 page booklet
12 page booklet