black-lacquered love



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  • First, the hors d'oeuvre, which this evening at Miyuki is a basket carved from a ripe yellow persimmon, filled with shredded radish and golden mushroom, and set on a black-lacquered, gold- rimmed plate.

    Sara Waxman: Eating Beauty: An Adventure in Japanese Cuisine

  • The couple moved into their apartment's library and dropped onto black-leather couches with black-lacquered sides that they designed, too.

    A Design Life Force

  • There were two black-lacquered tables covered with roses, several black couches, and more chairs than were necessary.

    A Hot Day for Chocolates

  • The runway was made to resemble the grounds of the Versailles gardens, fashioned out of white gravel and black-lacquered hedges with a fountain in the middle, creating an almost Narnia-esque backdrop for the equally ornate collection.

    Nicole Berrie: Chanel Spring/Summer 2011 - Vive La Paix (PHOTOS)

  • She traced the tip of one long, black-lacquered fingernail up his arm, from wrist to shoulder, then finally arcing down to his heart.

    Bring On the Night

  • Lark drew a long black-lacquered nail over the polished surface of the desk over and over in an infinity symbol.

    Black Magic

  • As with its neighbors, stone steps mounted to a black-lacquered door as glossy as pitch or tar.

    The Dressmaker

  • There were black-lacquered doors in the wall to my left, leading, I guessed, to a bathroom and a closet.

    Fatal Circle

  • In the far corner was an ornate, black-lacquered dressing screen folded accordian-style.


  • She waved her black-lacquered fingernail back and forth over Noelles neckline.

    Paradise Lost


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