Near-silks and close-to-Seals and Rhinestones knew her no more.
You may keep the crown, for the gems in it are only Rhinestones.
No rhinestones in her hair, no gold beads on her slippers, nothing to mar the simplicity that her all too vivid beauty required.
On the bed and sticking three feet out of it was a beautiful gold sword with tassels on it and rhinestones in the handle.
In shop windows with curtains of fluted silk were silver things and jade; satin gowns and shoe-buckles of rhinestones.
A few final decorative touches remained for Barby's plastic headset, including setting in some rhinestones for her.
He tried again, this time bringing out a circlet of rhinestones, a glittering crown that should have pleased any woman on earth.
She turned the little clock—all lilac enamel and rhinestones—so that she could watch it's tiny face.
Rhinestones glittered in lieu of the real diamonds that once were worn by the queens of the mining camps.