They are unset stones of rare beauty—diamonds, rubies, pearls, and other precious stones.
An' I found out, though she never'd say another word, that it unset her more'n it did me.
They had long ago been unset and disposed of in a market which has always been safe and still continues so.
There are some unset emeralds, opals, and various curious gems of more value to a cabinet than to a woman of fashion.
The stones, unset as they were, could never be identified, never be claimed.
They left these traps open and unset till they were grayed with age and smelt no more of man.
I have now taken care to remedy that defect, supplying to the unset picture the clear historical frame to which it is entitled.
Then they unset that little round table, and we dragged out the great big one, that hadn't been used for seventeen years.
And with that he displayed a ruby, unset, that was like a clot of blood.
If the stone is unset one can see with a lens a wavery metallic appearance on the surfaces that have been "painted."