Worked ivory is described as any items made of ivory for jewellery, adornment, art, utility or musical instruments (but not including whole tusks in any form, except where the whole surface has been carved), provided that such items are clearly recognizable as such and in forms requiring no further carving, crafting or manufacture to effect their purpose.

French - ivoire travaillé
Spanish - marfil trabajado

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"Worked ivory" is in the HS Code "9601.10"
  - - Worked ivory and articles of ivory
Ref: 122694/2006-09-19

Wrapping (fiber) concerns with the process whereby fibers, yarns or other materials are wrapped around a core material.

-see also:
"Wrapping" is in the UNSPSC Code "23152901"
  Wrapping machinery
Ref: 122518/2006-10-03

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Wrought metal is characterized as metal shaped by
beating or hammering, often elaborately, for decorative effect.

Wrought iron is a low-carbon metal that can be elongated without breaking and is resistant to corrosion.
Ref: 120862/2006-10-03

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