Then, again, from time to time, this mass of sublime noises opens and gives passage to the beats of the Ave Maria, which bursts forth and sparkles like an aigrette
She was formal in manner, and made calls in rustling, steel-grey brocades and a tall bonnet with bristling aigrettes
Couples were already gliding over the floor beyond: the light of the wax candles fell on revolving tulle skirts, on girlish heads wreathed with modest blossoms, on the dashing aigrettes
and ornaments of the young married women's coiffures, and on the glitter of highly glazed shirt-fronts and fresh glace gloves.
Rings by the dozen, diamonds by the score; bracelets, pendants, aigrettes
, necklaces, pearls, rubies, amethysts, sapphires; and diamonds always, diamonds in everything, flashing bayonets of light, dazzling me--blinding me--making me disbelieve because I could no longer forget.
At its head, instead of a conventional tombstone, is an oversize metal diadem around a turban, surmounted by a plumed aigrette
was to become a must-wear in Parisian soirees while the "tutti frutti" style, an interpretation by Cartier of Indian elements, became the new Parisian fashion.
Vezelay was another leading player for the Grand Steeple-Chase to impress when chasing Aigrette
De Loire home over hurdles, after which trainer Emmanuel Clayeux nominated the Prix Ingre as his next target.
The dramatic jewelled aigrette
in her hair and the harp behind her are still in the room, as is the miniature portrait she is holding of her infant son, Jan Six VI, and the study for it.
Ate hoje tem gente que nao sabe o que e um aigrette
aqui em Recife, porque nunca chegou no mercado; e uma pena de garca.
A stunning clip set with diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds by Van Cleef & Arpels transforms an Indian arm jewel into a turban ornament, and Mellerio's peacock aigrette
set with diamonds and enamelled in blue and green once adorned the turban of the dashingly handsome Maharaja Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala.
The star's first costume was a jewel-studded 'carnation pink jacket' over trousers in 'watered blue and green taffeta', with his turban finished with an aigrette
held by an impressive emerald.
It was apparently a favorite of his as an official photograph (see picture at left) of the monarch in uniform shows the jewel affixed to his military cap pinioning his aigrette