By diplomatic (and mercenary) arts I gained admittance to three, one of which has walls studded with jasper and mother-of-pearl.
Harpoons, made of cane, were used to catch fish, and fish-hooks of mother-of-pearl.
So Larry chose the happy medium and pressed the mother-of-pearl button of 1142.
There was a great, full moon; and the sea was mother-of-pearl.
A kind of viola d'amore of the Hardanger peasants in Norway, inlaid with mother-of-pearl and ivory.
Your floors are of rough, ugly rocks, ours are of mother-of-pearl.
They are covered all over with gold-leaf, and the eyes of the larger ones are made of mother-of-pearl.
The mother-of-pearl which lines some shells, both univalve and bivalve.
The Queen sent Nina a beautiful point-lace fan with mother-of-pearl sticks.
One moment he lay there, glowing like mother-of-pearl, a rare fish, fresh from the sea.
The hard, smooth, pearly layer on the inside of certain seashells, such as abalones and certain oysters. It is used to make buttons and jewelry. Also called nacre.