gold casting

gold cast·ing

a casting made of gold, usually formed to represent and replace lost tooth structure.

gold cast·ing

(gōld kasting)
Cast appliance made of gold, usually formed to represent and replace lost tooth structure.
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Nina Gold, head of London-based agency Nina Gold Casting which has previously cast movies including Hot Fuzz, Edge of Love and Vera Drake, said: "We're searching for boys fromthe Liverpool and Merseyside area to play John Lennon or Paul McCartney aged between 15 and 18.
Lost-wax gold casting was discovered in Colombia and Peru between 500 and 300 BC, but did not flourish .
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This process requires the destruction of each mold as the gold casting is removed from within.
Intricate gold castings of great beauty were made by the Ircas, who never got the hang of making a wheel, and ancient Chinese dynasties were gifted with clever iron and bronze founders who are famous for their castmetal art and armaments.