Most people probably imagine a bronze statue to be a brown (liver) colour. Bronze in its raw state is actually a dull gold colour. Bronze is created using a mix of metals, the main component being copper (our products normally contain 65-70% copper). If left in its raw state, over time the copper will oxidise and turn green. To prevent this, hot chemicals are added to the surface of the bronze to create a patina. Once the desired colour is reached, the patina is sealed using a wax coating to prevent further oxidisation. If cared for properly, a bronze statue should retain its appearance and colour.
Your product can be ordered in any of these beautiful patinas.
Our Selection of Bronze Patinas
Rust Blue Marble
New Sand Green