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  • s  covered with beads or jewels or sequins

  • And when guests lie on their beds, they look up at ceilings fitted with gemmed headdresses, 18th century French prints and mirrors.
  • The Hesse heirlooms, including fistfuls of diamonds, rubies and emeralds, gemmed bracelets, solid gold service pieces, a red plush autograph book first signed in 1603, and a gold .
  • Bonnard's Le Palmier is a jungle as gemmed and blazing as the subconscious mind of a hashish eater.

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