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  • Many have only images, often very finely carved, with no writing, while others have both.
  • It stands close to a finely carved pulpit four hundred years old. Cited from The Strand Magazine, Vol. V, No. 28, April 1893, ed. by George Newnes
  • They sat at a long oak table, which was finely carved, and as bright as a looking glass. Cited from Tell Me Another Story, by Carolyn Sherwin Bailey
  • The organ is finely carved, and is more elaborate in its work than any I have seen yet. Cited from Young Americans Abroad, by Various
  • It also contains some finely carved early 16th-century bench-ends.
  • These houses are often supported at its underground base by finely carved beams and pillars.
  • Finely carved freestone details above the north entrance further enhance its design.
  • The expression of her finely carved mouth was pleasant, as if a sense of dignity had just compelled her to leave off speaking. Cited from The Return of the Native, by Thomas Hardy
  • When they reached the bottom they found themselves standing in a narrow passage, the walls of which were composed of solid stone, in many places finely carved. Cited from My Strangest Case, by Guy Boothby
  • This was designed to show the ease with which it can be worked and included some finely carved lettering. Cited from NY at Louisiana Purch. Expo, by DeLancey M. Ellis
  • In the photograph you will observe a finely carved side-board with some of these miniatures showing on either side. Cited from The Strand Magazine, Vol. VII, No. 37, Jan 1894, Ed. by George Newnes
  • In the centre of the temple stood a long table, finely carved, and some gilt chairs. Cited from The English Governess At The Siamese Court
  • They hunted wild animals and left evidence of their presence in the form of stone tools including tiny, finely carved arrow heads.
  • A pair of finely carved ornate stone features project from the arches that front the old shelter or summer house.
  • Then his flesh is roasted and eaten in special vessels of wood finely carved. Cited from The Golden Bough, by James George Frazer
  • Greenstone is another name for this stone and it is often used for parts of buildings such as doorways so they can be finely carved.
  • Beside the large doors of massive silver were finely carved windows, covered in all directions with devices in the same precious metal. Cited from A Journey to Katmandu, by Laurence Oliphant
  • Two finely carved crosses, fragments of one of which still remain, were erected at the head and foot of his grave.
  • They sate at a long oak table, which was finely carved, and as bright as a looking-glass. Cited from The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, Vol. 3: Books for Children, by Lamb
  • The church, which has been much altered and enlarged, contains a finely carved font. Cited from Somerset, by G.W. Wade and J.H. Wade
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