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bullion

1. gold or silver in mass
2. gold or silver in the form of bars and ingots, suitable for further processing
3. a thick gold or silver wire or fringed cord used as a trimming, as on military uniforms

bullion

[′bu̇l·yən]
(metallurgy)
Gold or silver in bulk in the shape of bars or ingots.
(mining engineering)
A concretion found in some types of coal, composed of carbonate or silica stained by brown humic derivatives; often well-preserved plant structures form the nuclei.

bullion

Same as bull’s eye.
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DJC also is introducing Monte Carlo, made of cashmere and trimmed with bullion fringe.
Classic Accents blends classic architectural designs and trims such as tassels, bullion fringe, acanthus leaves, bead detail, Jacobean and ivy patterns; c colors range from soft celadons and gentle taupes to neoclassical combinations of black, white and gold, and rich burgundy and navy.
We offer a high twist voile with large bullion fringe in six to eight yard lengths to softly drape the window," says Johnson.