gold bronze

gold bronze

[¦gōld ¦bränz]
(metallurgy)
A powdered alloy of copper used to simulate gold, or an alloy of copper containing 3-5% aluminum.

gold bronze

A powdered copper alloy used in the manufacture of gold or bronze paint; usually contains copper, zinc, lead, and tin.
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FESTIVE FROSTING Think pink, then add a layer of silver sparkle for this cute and cool ethereal look TREE TIPS nThis is a warm, fireside-glow look - apart from the animals, choose baubles in autumn colours - gold bronze and chestnut.
This kit contains a gold bronze powder that when mixed with a sealer, provides a very distinctive visible filler for the directional markings.
In these competitions, there are three main prizes: the Gold DJED Pillar, the Silver DJED Pillar, and the Gold Bronze Pillar.
New handles and knobs don't have to match everything perfectly, but try to pick finishes that will complement each other, such as an oil-rubbed bronze and a gold bronze.
And on January 20, a gold Bronze Age ring from 1000BC-800BC was found in St Donats in the Vale of Glamorgan.
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Complementing the eyeshadow palette are new shadow stick duos (pounds 17) in shades of warm gold bronze and cool pink teal.
Three metal detector enthusiasts who discovered gold in a farmer's field near Rossett, Wrexham, in 2004 found more at the same spot when they returned last December - a pure gold Bronze Age bead.
Pearlescent pigments include line of silver and interference pigments for visual effects from the soft sheen of a pearl to the shimmering iridescence of a rainbow; and Goldbronze silica encapsulated gold bronze pigments in a wide range of particle sizes and color shades with improved heat resistance and color stability in order to meet demanding requirements.
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ECKART is the leading worldwide producer of a full range of aluminum, gold bronze, zinc flake, and pearlescent pigments.
The gold Bronze Age Ringlemere Cup, found in Kent in 2001, was valued at pounds 270,000.