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Statuary bronze

Scope note

Bronze with a smooth, reddish surface, generally composed of 7 to 10% tin, 1 to 3% lead, and the remainder copper; used, for example, to make statues, plaques, and hardware.

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

3000133724

Broader Terms used

bronze

Term used for

bronze, statuary

Created

12yrs ago

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