On a seat against the railing was a young woman dressed suitable for red automobiles, with hair the colour of an unsmoked meerschaum
Books and papers everywhere, a broken meerschaum
, and an old flute over the mantlepiece as if done with, a ragged bird without any tail chirped on one window seat, and a box of white mice adorned the other.
He took a cigarette out of a dainty box, stuck it into a meerschaum
holder which he carried in a morocco case, and reached for my cigar.
The very pipe, in which burned the spell of all this wonderwork, ceased to appear as a smoke-blackened earthen stump, and became a meerschaum
, with painted bowl and amber mouthpiece.
Young Lord Varinas was smoking an immense Meerschaum
pipe, while Captain Hugues was employed with a cigar: that violent little devil Tandyman, with his little bull-terrier between his legs, was tossing for shillings with all his might (that fellow was always at some game or other) against Captain Deuceace; and Mac and Rawdon walked off to the Club, neither, of course, having given any hint of the business which was occupying their minds.