Martin is a true admirer of diamonds, and because of it, the book is cut a bit like the precious stone itself.
And if Brangwen's heart had not been hard and intact with anger, like a precious stone, he would have agreed.
The cup from which he drank was of crystal, or of some other precious stone.
Each ball was of precious stone; one an amethyst, another an African carbuncle, the third an opal, and the fourth an anthracites.
The cup from which he drank was of crystal or of some other precious stone.
As He is "a living stone," they are "living stones;" as He is "a precious stone," they are "precious stones."
In gratitude the snake brought the Emperor a precious stone.
That precious stone, that head of the corner, is a tried stone, tried through all the years and proven sure.
To such women as these should a shaft of precious stone be erected.
A precious stone, used by ancient heralds for argent in emblazoning the arms of peers.