Its doors were strong, of olive wood, with tracings wrought in gold.
In the inner room Solomon made two winged bulls of olive wood.
It was made of olive wood, and had something like a little pair of wings near the top.
He came up to me in an olive wood, where I made a halt for about five minutes.
You can see it from the door,—there, to the left of the olive wood, lower down than the old ruin.
The manufacture of silks and carving in olive wood are carried on.
The exact reason of what has been called the "sacrifice" is not made clear, despite Lucrezia's soliloquy in the olive wood.
The library was wainscoted in some dull satin finished wood, with the graining of olive wood.
It is made of olive wood, and is covered by a shiny brown paint which may conceal a good deal of detailed carving.
Their tables are about eighteen inches high, made of olive wood inlaid with mother-of-pearl and silver, perhaps all silver.