Mokume-Gane (mokume = woodgrain, gane = metal), a metal processing technology originated in Japan about 400 years ago, produced unique and unique patterns that cannot be repeated by stacking different non-ferrous metals. This technology is related to Damascus Steel. Mokume Gane means "wood grain in metal." This name well reflects the organic features of the resulting model.
Golden beryl can range in colors from pale yellow to a brilliant gold. Unlike emerald, golden beryl generally has very few flaws. The term "golden beryl" is sometimes synonymous with heliodor, from Greek hēlios – ἥλιος "sun" + dōron – δῶρον "gift".
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