He carried a square parcel in his hand, about as big as some jewel-case that might contain a tiara.
I think of you when I go to bed at night, and that is like opening a jewel-case in the moonlight.
"We heard that your jewel-case was taken out of your room at Carlisle and broken open," said Eustace.
Eva took the jewel-case, and lifted from it a diamond necklace.
We said not one word about the portraits, but sat down with the jewel-case again between us.
Miss Heredith left the room with Tufnell, taking the jewel-case with her.
When the boxes were collected together, she sat down upon the jewel-case and looked up into my face.
Oh, how I wish now that I had opened the jewel-case at the time.
I don't suppose my little girl ever showed you her mother's jewel-case, did she, Gilbert?
I saw the jewel-case first, and I should have thought of having it opened.