architectural bronze

architectural bronze

[¦är·kə¦tek·chər·əl ′bränz]
(metallurgy)
An alloy containing 57% copper, 40% zinc, 2.75% lead, 0.25% tin; used for extruded moldings and forgings.

architectural bronze

An alloy containing 57% copper, 40% zinc, 2.75% lead, 0.25% tin; used for extruded moldings and forgings. Not technically a bronze.
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Caption: 2 Vaxcel's Madison five-light chandelier features architectural bronze and natural brass finishes.
It is built with a die-cast aluminium housing and hinged full cut-off front frame with a textured, architectural bronze powdercoat finish over a chromate conversion coating.
Finishes include architectural bronze, brushed nickel and polished nickel.
An architectural bronze polyester finish protects it from damaging UV rays, rough weather, and salt water.
Royce Lighting rocks the Casbah with this outdoor Moroccan lantern in architectural bronze finish and a choice of colored seeded ribbed glass.
"The scope of our work is as diverse as rotted basement doors to high polish architectural bronze lobby doors," remarked Glenn Miller.
The series is available in a choice of five finishes and three premium finishes including architectural bronze, brushed nickel and polished nickel.
However, after putting in the initial investment to restore the beautiful architectural bronze, stone, and wood, an owner wouldn't want to let it deteriorate again.
Model B140SH is offered in a range of finishes including polished natural brass, antique brass, antique bronze, architectural bronze and aged green.
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