An upholstery technique used in the 1700s makes the silk glued onto molded timberwork atop the bed look like liquid gold.
On going home at night, Paccard tippled the liquid gold poured into small glasses out of a pot-bellied stone jar from Danzig.
The liquid gold of Andalusian wines shone in little glasses.
Within their areas of glow the air teemed with atoms of liquid gold.
The sun sinks to its rest, a ball of liquid gold, and a weird, mysterious gleam spreads over the whole country.
He has heard a noise, he raises his head; do not the drops that fall from his mouth look like liquid gold?
Wines whose value could not be paid, if you exchanged them, bottle for bottle, with liquid gold—palatable!
At sunset the burning day melted and flowed away, down the western sky, in a flood of liquid gold.
The trees that overhung the water seemed tinged with vermilion, and the rippling wave sparkled like liquid gold.
As the sun rose, the sea stretched sudden into the arch of the west, a great expanse of liquid gold.