The laboratories, which process the amber and create the beads, collect the unexploited amber filings (process remains), as well as the unprocessed amber quantities. Afterwards, they press the above materials into moulds in high temperatures and thus create the pressed amber. Its colour varies, due to the mixed materials, the different pressure and temperature conditions. The pressed amber is more durable and harder in its use and has the amber`s natural properties. It usually has a honey, light dark brown colour.