And my cornelian ring—and the flowered scarf—and—and your fan, Jacqueline?
Other specimens imitated jade or agate or cornelian or some other stone.
It represents a ship carved out of cornelian, floating on a sea of enamel.
Ordinary stones, such as the cornelian and amethyst, were still there.
In this note she had inclosed the cornelian ring she had given me during my illness and which I had returned on leaving Paris.
She was a lady of the old school, with a black knitted shawl, and the three graces pictured on a cornelian brooch.
Globular beads, large; cornelian, amethyst, and green glaze.
Someone remarked on my finger a cornelian ring on which was engraved very beautifully the head of Louis XV.
cornelian exists in large quantities in the mountain-rivers of Bedakhshan.
For, as out of a numerous progeny, the cornelian and Fabian families have two of them who were given in adoption.
"red variety of chalcedony," a variant of corneline (c.1400), from Old French corneline (Modern French cornaline), diminutive of corneola, probably from Vulgar Latin *cornea, from Latin cornus, name of a type of berry (see cornel).