This hint was enough, Lucy recollected herself instantly and replied, "Indeed you are very much mistaken, Lady Middleton; I am only waiting to know whether you can make your party without me, or I should have been at my filigree
There should be a little filigree
about a woman--something of the coquette.
In this square were some pretty trees and a statue in bronze of Glinda the Good, while beyond it were the portals of the Royal Palace--an extensive and imposing building of white marble covered with a filigree
of frosted gold.
A pair of Turkish slippers adorned her feet, and necklaces of amber, coral, and filigree
hung about her neck, while one hand held a smelling-bottle, and the other the spicy box of oriental sweetmeats.
Another and later writer says of it--"It is the most exquisite specimen of filigree
work ever invented.
It is probable that we shall not hear of her again from this moment to the end of time, and that when the great filigree
iron gates are once closed on her, she and her awful sister will never issue therefrom into this little world of history.