After admiring the pretty things, he took out a fine golden watch with a big chain, several handsome finger-rings, and an ornament
of rubies to pin upon the breast of his shaggy shirt-bosom.
exclaimed Dorothea, an air of astonished discovery animating her whole person with a dramatic action which she had caught from that very Madame Poincon who wore the ornaments.
It was no great collection, but a few of the ornaments were really of remarkable beauty, the finest that was obvious at first being a necklace of purple amethysts set in exquisite gold work, and a pearl cross with five brilliants in it.
One of the parties that searched farther for a location for the tribe when first they settled here came upon a strange people who wore many ornaments of yellow metal.
Then our warriors came down from their hill, and, after taking many ornaments of yellow metal from the bodies of those they had slain, they marched back out of the valley, nor have any of us ever returned.
Not that all architectural ornament
is to be neglected even in the rudest periods; but let our houses first be lined with beauty, where they come in contact with our lives, like the tenement of the shellfish, and not overlaid with it.
On the platform proper squatted an enormous warrior heavily loaded with metal ornaments
, gay-colored feathers and beautifully wrought leather trappings ingeniously set with precious stones.
I am very anxious," she continued, "to liberate the Queen of Ev and her children who are now ornaments
and bric-a-brac in your Majesty's palace, and to restore them to their people.
When Akut was by, the small folk kept their distance, but with Korak they were less shy and when both the males were gone they would come close to Meriem, tugging at her ornaments
or playing with Geeka, who was a never ending source of amusement to them.
There was not an ornament
, a weapon, or a garment among the lot.
The carved pearl-shell ornament
that hung from nose to chin and impeded speech was purely ornamental, as were the holes in his ears mere utilities for carrying pipe and tobacco.
That is all very well," said one of the older foxes; "but I do not think you would have recommended us to dispense with our chief ornament
if you had not happened to lose it yourself.