A pair of silk stockings, that pretty carved
fan, and a lovely blue sash.
If we find carved
stones, the remains of ancient pottery and weapons, parts of buildings or building stones, we shall know we are on the right track," was the answer.
Then he began to feel it all over, ran his finger-tips along the slippery sides, embraced the carved
legs, tried to get some conception of its shape and size, of the space it occupied in primeval night.
That while he tendered to Alice the gourd of sweet water, and the venison in a trencher, neatly carved
from the knot of the pepperidge, with sufficient courtesy, in performing the same offices to her sister, his dark eye lingered on her rich, speaking countenance.
globes of wood were affixed under the jutting stories.
The furniture of the hall consisted of some ponderous chairs, the backs of which were elaborately carved
with wreaths of oaken flowers; and likewise a table in the same taste, the whole being of the Elizabethan age, or perhaps earlier, and heirlooms, transferred hither from the Governor's paternal home.
In the porkers he saw carved
out the future sleek side of bacon, and juicy relishing ham; not a turkey but he beheld daintily trussed up, with its gizzard under its wing, and, peradventure, a necklace of savory sausages; and even bright chanticleer himself lay sprawling on his back, in a side dish, with uplifted claws, as if craving that quarter which his chivalrous spirit disdained to ask while living.
I sat down on an old wooden settle, carved
all over like a bench on the Battery.
Did you ever notice how that tusk of his is a sort of carved
into a snake's head, Stubb?
There was a fireplace big enough to camp in; and its projecting sides and hood, of carved
and pillared stonework, had the look of a cathedral door.
The furniture was quaint old carved
stuff, full four hundred years old, and some of the smells were over a thousand.
Bob's been carved
up some with a bowie, and Tom's been hurt once or twice.