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 BONE INLAY – Inlay covers a range of techniques

 in sculpture and thedecorative arts for Inserting

 bone pieces in a baseobject to form different kinds

 of  furniture’s, accent tables etc. A great range of

 materials have been used both for the base or

 matrix and for the inlays Inserted into it. The

 art of Bone Inlay is a delicate skill handed
 down through generations of craftsmen.

EXCLUSIVE STONES – Exclusive art is not just

normal art but a unique conglomerate of both

semi-precious stones, metal and other forms

of handmade craft. The binding is being used

 to create some antique products which adds

to glamour and  prestige wherever the same

is being used.

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LEATHER – The skin of an animal, with the hair

 removed, prepared for use by tanning or a similar

 process designed to preserve it against decay and

make it pliable or supple when dry.

METAL CLADDING – Metal cladding is a type of

protective coating, where the protective

material such as metal powder or foil is bonded

to a substrate by applying heat and/or pressure.

The study of metal cladding is significant because

this method of corrosion protection and wear

protection is generally very delicate  skill handed

down through generations of craftsmen.

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 MOTHER OF PEARL (MOP) – A smooth shining

 iridescent substance forming the inner layer

 of the shell of some mollusks especially oysters

 and abalones, used in ornamentation.But now a 

 days this inner layer is being used to create

 furniture masterpieces.

UPHOLSTERY – Upholstery is the work of providing

furniture, especially seats, with padding, springs,

webbing, and fabric or leather covers. The word

upholstery comes from the Middle English word 

upholder, which referred to a tradesman who

held up his goods

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 WOODEN – Woodcut is a relief printing technique

in printmaking. An artist carves an image into the

surface of a block of wood, typically with gouges

, leaving the printing parts level with the surface

while removing the non-printing parts.