And the pearls, the young chief's necklace, what became of that?
"I've been a fool," said Eileen, tugging at the pearls viciously.
We are not feasting on baked swans, peacock tongues and drinking our pearls.
Cecilia wore a silver crown, in which glistened the most brilliant of pearls.
And with a low bow he handed to her a beautiful necklace of pearls.
She always wore a chain of raindrops for pearls, and a cloud for a robe.
She did not now betray the least emotion at the sight or mention of pearls or any other ornaments.
The youth took the pearls out of the tortoise-shell, and put them in his pocket.
They had a number of jars of precious stones and pearls that shone by night.
Those who dwell in that place weave mats of pearls and precious stones.