bloodstone : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n green chalcedony with red spots that resemble blood
- With newsmen he gossiped good-naturedly, told them about his bloodstone watch charm, joked about his own importance but firmly refused to break his life-long rule against .
- Among the six accused Kikuyu tribesmen, one stood out: a paunchy, bearded man of about 50, with slightly bloodshot eyes, who wore a giant bloodstone ring on his left hand.
- The most valuable item in Queen Mary's collection: a Potsdam bloodstone box mounted with gold and encrusted with diamonds, supposedly a gift of Frederick the Great to the .