Show some of your work to an upholsterer, or a carver and gilder, and you may either obtain an engagement or at least an order.
So wrote Mr. gilder, the American explorer, and his experience was ours.
A binder was never his own gilder; he employed the gaufreurs of shoe-leather, more expert and bolder, to gild his leather.
gilder stared at her for a few seconds, somewhat indignantly.
Here Mr. gilder smiled as though the thought was most amusing.
"The less reason, then, for her being a thief," gilder grumbled in his heaviest voice.
The profession of the gilder is gilding, but painting is permitted as an accessory.
gilder sprang to his feet, his face suddenly grown younger, radiant.
He was apprenticed to a carver and gilder; but early abandoned that trade and devoted himself to literature and politics.
When Smithson had left the office, gilder turned to his secretary.