Silver-gilt

Silver-gilt or gilded/gilt silver, sometimes known in American English by the French term vermeil, is silver gilded with gold. Most large objects made in goldsmithing that appear to be gold are actually silver-gilt; for example most sporting trophies, medals (such as `gold medals` in all Olympic Games after 1912), and many crown jewels. Apart fr.....
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Silver-gilt

Silver plated with a thin layer of gold (see: parcel-gilt)
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silver-gilt

Silver plated with a thin layer of gold.
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Silver-gilt

application of a layer of gold to silver for decorative effect or as protection against corrosion, either in whole or in part (see parcel-gilt).
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