silver foil


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silver foil

[′sil·vər ‚fȯil]
(metallurgy)
Silver or a silver-colored metal in very thin sheets.
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They also seized three mobile phones, silver foil and cling film.
Vintage denim: Next stud waistcoat, pounds 45, and silver foil jeans, pounds 38 Gypsy look: M&S dress, pounds 29.
The authentic beaded doll had large gold neck rings, so we added strips of silver foil paper around the top and bottom of our cups with tacky craft glue to simulate precious metal.
The 4-ounce Evergreen Tree Box is a triangle-shaped box that features tree stars moons and doves and is in shades of green, blue and silver foil.
This was then set aside to cool and harden before a shaped piece of beaten silver foil was placed on the tinned surface and pressed.
HoloMark cards contain a permanent, embedded hologram available on gold or silver foil.
The stove Pocock has perfected is made up of silver foil over a plastic frame.
in silver foil colorful as a dragon in a New Year's Day
importer, Pilsner Urquell's large Bordeaux-shaped bottle maintains the green glass, silver foil top, and long neck of its 12-oz.
Grinding silver powder with the superconducting ceramic material and mixing these ingredients with methanol or isopropyl (rubbing) alcohol yields a slurry that the researchers spread evenly onto paper-thin ribbons of silver foil.
Strangers engage in conversation, Thankfully the Cathays sky clear as I use The silver foil from a packet of crisps And as if by magic I view the eclipse, The first since 1999.
For sparkle, a variety of metal finishes was selected: silver leaf on the chandelier arms (6) and silver foil on the interior of the shades; polished silver on the silver-button reed bowls; and tarnished silver on the tripod lamp and small table lamp on the console under the window.