Where on earth they got—in Richmond in 1862—the gay box, the silver paper, passes comprehension.
This red rag and silver paper business, the pictures, and all that, he did.
The waist is made of blue silk, and trimmed with silver paper and spangles.
The torch can be made of wood, and covered with silver paper.
And then at the bottom of the box was something flat, wrapped in silver paper.
The shield can he made by gilding or covering a barrel-head with silver paper.
The tank is edged with red bricks and the water where the seal swims is silver paper.
silver paper can be pasted on where desired for mirrors, doors cut or drawn, etc.
If this paint is not available, you can cover with silver paper, but this is not nearly as effective.
Scarcely had he spoken, than he found lying on his lap the most curious little parcel, all done up in silver paper.