- It gives the most glorious visions of color- every object thought of appears in a jeweled splendor unknown to the natural world. - "The Letters of William James, Vol. II", William James.
- They went to the piano, where Lord Airlie awaited them; and Lillian, looking at her small, jeweled watch- Lord Earle's present- saw that it wanted three minutes to nine. - "Dora Thorne", Charlotte M. Braeme.
- For answer she extends her jeweled hand, He takes it with a loving awe, as though It were a sacred thing, and thus they stand. - "Love-or-Fame-and-Other-Poems", Sherrick, Fannie Isabel.