tooled-leather love

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  • Yet, there is not a young girl going into town with her mother who does not carry on herself a whole museum: her ring is signed Such-and-Such, her tooled-leather book cover is signed So-and-So, her belt is signed This-and-That, etc.

    ...plus c'est la même chose

  • Richard pulled the ancient, tooled-leather baldric, holding the gold-and-silverwrought scabbard and sword, off over his head and hung it on the stump of a branch sticking out of a log.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • Wilson sits at a table slurping coffee, and in walks Shane wearinga spotless fringed-buckskin suit, a silver-concho gunbelt, a tooled-leather holster, and a nickel-plated ivory-handled Peacemaker.

    Shane, Revisited

  • Mr. McCulvey closed the tooled-leather cover and placed the album on the coffee table.

    Plain Language

  • I flew to Charlotte NC this week and somewhere along the line my tooled-leather make-up bag went missing.

    2007 June

  • On the back of the Bedouin's riding camel was a carved-wood and tooled-leather footstool of a saddle.

    The Backside of War

  • Likely used to cut embroidery threads; there was a tooled-leather sheath for it, loose in the bottom of the basket.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • Tuon, in a blue silk riding dress and her wide tooled-leather belt, not only rode beside him as the show rolled slowly north, she waggled her fingers at Selucia when the woman tried to put her dun between them.

    Knife of Dreams

  • She slid the last book out; the brown, tooled-leather cover was well-worn, the pages well-thumbed, the title page inscribed To Andrew, a companion for Oxford, from Father.

    The Gates Of Sleep

  • He had on clean but well-worn Levi's and a plain white shirt, a western tooled-leather belt, and cowboy boots.

    Standoff

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