Speeches (Lines) for Jeweller
in "Timon of Athens"

Total: 4

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# Act, Scene, Line
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Speech text

1

I,1,14

Merchant. O, 'tis a worthy lord.

Jeweller. Nay, that's most fix'd.


2

I,1,27

(stage directions). [Looking at the jewel]

Jeweller. And rich: here is a water, look ye.


3

I,1,205

Timon. Well fare you, gentleman: give me your hand;
We must needs dine together. Sir, your jewel
Hath suffer'd under praise.

Jeweller. What, my lord! dispraise?


4

I,1,209

Timon. A more satiety of commendations.
If I should pay you for't as 'tis extoll'd,
It would unclew me quite.

Jeweller. My lord, 'tis rated
As those which sell would give: but you well know,
Things of like value differing in the owners
Are prized by their masters: believe't, dear lord,
You mend the jewel by the wearing it.


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