The marquise wrote down upon her tablets the amount which the jeweler mentioned.
The jeweler took his magnifying-glass and scales, weighed and inspected them, and silently made his calculations.
"But you do not intend to sell your diamonds, I suppose, madame?" exclaimed the bewildered jeweler.
"In Madame de Faucheux's carriage?" said the jeweler.
The jeweler bowed and left the house, directing that the van should follow him closely, saying aloud that the marquise was about to have her plate melted down in order to have other plate manufactured of a more modern style.
One of them, a slender young man with white hands, the son of a jeweler in Winesburg, talked continually of virginity.
For a time the tall dark girl thought she would marry the jeweler's son.
He had not yet made up his mind whether he would, or would not, give more than a guinea for the wedding-ring; and he wasted the rest of the day to such disastrous purpose in one jeweler
's shop after another, that he and the captain, and the new lady's maid (who traveled with them), were barely in time to catch the last train from London that evening.
If these belonged to me instead of to the jeweler, I'd ram them down your ungrateful throat.
LIZA [taking a ring off] This ring isn't the jeweler's: it's the one you bought me in Brighton.
' or milliners' bills were among the papers found in her desk.
LAHORE -- Veteran actress Babra Sharif on Saturday withdrew the petition she had filed few days ago against a renter jeweler