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  • A late 18th-century golden-bronze gueridon a small table used by waiters when serving with cupids supporting the tray, attributed to the renowned furniture maker Adam Weisweiler, is estimated at €70,000-€100,000.

    The Soul of a French Palace

  • One was golden-bronze and the other was turquoise-blue like the one John and I had seen go shooting past us by the sea and up the steep Torrey Pines grade.

    Crazy Loco Love

  • There were three young men, two of them with black umbrellas open and held aloft over the head of a girl, her golden-bronze arms coated in black lace sleeves, her thick dark hair piled atop her head beneath bands of silver, secured with large roses and long drapes of black ribbon.

    Nevermore

  • He looked out at the golden-bronze pyramids that dotted the landscape, the burial places of so many.

    Shadow Chase

  • The lovely golden-bronze color of the skin-if it was skin-helped to make them acceptable to human eyes.

    Tin

  • Men scrambled over each other, trying to get up on the stage to touch the golden-bronze goddess.

    Déjà Vu

  • He wore the form of a dragon—a huge, golden-bronze leviathan who seemed as much made of the sands of time as he was scaled flesh.

    THE SUNDERING

  • Although the reviews havent been the best, it is a known fact Ryan Reynolds frequently removes his shirt to reveal a stone-chiselled, golden-bronze, rippling torso complete with V.

    sierrazen Diary Entry

  • Water-dripping moss padded the lintels of grottos, before which dangled translucent ferns of delicate form, yet so rich and intense with life that crozier-tipped fronds took the hue of flowers — coral-red, golden-bronze, and yellow; while golden dust clung to hairy undersides like pollen to the thighs of hive-returning bees.

    Tropic Days

  • He stalked onto the sand, bronze scales shimmering subtly as the muscles beneath them moved, head held high on his long, flexible neck, wings half-spread behind him like a golden-bronze cloak.

    Chrome Circle

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