A method of hardening steel and iron by which the metal is heated to a temperature of 8-900 degrees C in animal charcoal and then plunged into a cold water bath. In color casehardening the cold water is agitated with bubbles, the bubbles cool the metal in an irregular manner and the result is a mottled multi-color effect, lending uniqueness to each piece.
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