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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Brand elements are highlighted by understated matte, metallic silver and white, while the pack is rounded off with a tactile, high-gloss silver foil frame that emphasises key areas on the package.
Two-tone silver foil and purple paper hats were stylish and there was a decent selection of gifts, such as cufflinks and pens.
In addition are two 35mm diameter polyethylene tubes which M&H printed inhouse, including silver foil blocking of the Superdrug logo.
6V, less than that means the silver foil is not placed correctly)
Paans at wedding would be wrapped in pure gold & silver foil in a Jaipur shop
Red, Emerald Green, Champagne, Hot Pink, Lilac, Deep Purple and Bronze join Chevler's ever popular traditional Gold and Silver foil baking cases.
The collection consists of 240 stickers including special stickers with holographic glitter, silver foil or colourful fabric.
The restaurant also serves a dosa covered with a silver foil, at an affordable price of Rs.
He was found to have five bags of heroin in the waistband of his trousers and a silver foil wrap of heroin in his sock.
The two adjoining properties had been converted into a hot house, using powerful heat lamps and silver foil reflectors.
The finishes are based on silver foil and the color is "cream Dubai".
Try recreating this look with Next's stud waistcoat (pounds 45) with silver foil jeans (pounds 38).