Salt from the sea have encrust on the dry sand.
The emperor was clad in a rich robe encrusted with jewels.
Elasticated black fishnet, encrusted with a galaxy of Olive crystals, between bat-tipped, pewter bars.
It might have been encrusted with diamonds.
Mickalene Thomas'signature technique is to encrust her prints with rhinestones.
Hundreds of tons of white marble, encrusted with jewels, costing the equivalent of $70 million dollars today.
Encrusted with verdigris, two statues of the “liver bird”, the city's symbol, sit atop a riverside building.
Innumerable chains and beads hung around her spindly neck, and her arms and hands were encrusted with bangles and rings.
It's about yay big, encrusted in rubies? Hard to miss.
The scabbard was embossed in silver, and the handle was black and encrusted with precious stones.
The whole surface of the water was alight with sparks now. It might have been encrusted with diamonds.
Filch, who had been lurking unnoticed in a far corner of the Hall, now approached Dumbledore carrying a great wooden chest encrusted with jewels.
Dr Deecke found, upon close examination of his photographs, that all three rocks were encrusted with barnacles and he reckons these were acting as the functional equivalent of the teeth of a comb.
He also apparently had the means. A small black travel-bag had been found by Sunny's maid in his closet; it contained a bottle of insulin and a needle encrusted with it.
The house was encrusted with heavy thatchings, which dropped between the upper windows; the front, upon which the moonbeams directly played, had originally been white; but a huge pyracanth now darkened the greater portion.
The culprit was not insulin. Nor was it the needle in the black bag, which would not have been encrusted after withdrawal from the skin. Nor, therefore, was the culprit her husband.
" 'For this is what the Sovereign Lord says: " 'Woe to the city of bloodshed, to the pot now encrusted, whose deposit will not go away! Take the meat out piece by piece in whatever order it comes.