silk paper

silk paper

[′silk ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
A paper containing a small amount of silk fibers which give a mottled appearance.
A safety paper sometimes used for postage and revenue stamps.
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Spic and Span in February, 2016, a meticulous graphite drawing on silk paper of a webbed black mass seeming to encroach on the rest of its white support, lacks the flaneurial insight and moral subtlety of Kaabi-Linke's best work.
Porcelain paper or Khatai, paper Brady, paper Baghdadi (Qlqshndy, am Alashy, Volume II: 476), silk paper (mayel Heravi, words: 70), Heart deer Glassine, parchment (Salby, facetiae: 261), parsley paper (Ibn Nadrim, Isaac, Fihrist: 36), Amoli Paper, Paper Pharaoh, Samarkand paper, Khonji paper (like Heravi, noble, book layout, vocabulary), Damascus paper, Dolatabadi papers and Adilshahi Dolatshahi (High Effendi, virtues Honarvaran: 11) Farangi paper.
It was covered in silk paper and made from deer tallow, castor oil and beeswax.
Lay the silk paper over the bowl, pleating as necessary to fit the shape.
The Ancient Romans made condoms from goats' bladders, the Egyptians went for linen sheaths to protect from tropical diseases, the Japanese had condoms made from leather and tortoiseshell, and the Chinese wrapped oiled silk paper round the penis to prevent infection.
Anne added that the dresses were wrapped in silk paper and were stood inside the crates with great care.
Above: Old Series map (1805-1874) on cream, silk paper, pounds 9.
Starts this weekend only in the and Each map is elegantly hand drawn and printed on cream, silk paper.
That will mean less glossy paper which can be difficult to read, and more silk paper which is easier to read.
spiritualize in a sigh of silk paper its tiredness of wanting to be
Silk-covered box, handmade, acid-free silk paper with ribbon-and-button closure.