Embossing is characterized as a decorative technique used commonly on wood to resemble carving wherein a stamp or design is impressed onto a piece of furniture.

-see also:
"Embossing" is in the HS Code "9611"
  Date, Sealing Or Numbering Stamps, And The Like (Including Devices For Printing Or Embossing Labels)

"Embossing" is in the UNSPSC Code "82121512"
  Embossing
Ref: 123918/2006-10-03

Embossing is described as a process for producing raised or sunken designs or relief in sheet material by means of male and female dies, theoretically with no change in metal thickness or by passing sheet or a strip of metal by passing between rolls of desired pattern. Examples are letters, ornamental pictures, and ribs for stiffening. Heavy embossing and coining are similar operations.

-see also:
"Embossing" is in the HS Code "9611"
  Date, Sealing Or Numbering Stamps, And The Like (Including Devices For Printing Or Embossing Labels)

"Embossing" is in the UNSPSC Code "44121624"
  Embossing tools
Ref: 122549/2006-10-10

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