statuary bronze

statuary bronze

[′stach·ə‚wer·ē ¦bränz]
(metallurgy)
Special bronze alloys used for casting statues and other ornamental objects; a typical bronze for statuary work contains 90% copper, 6% tin, 3% zinc, and 1% lead.
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Bronze Bridge Construction Date Plates, Type A, shall be made of statuary bronze and shall conform to the attached drawing BDP-3 sheet #2.
In tribute to Walker's vision, CetraRuddy designed a crown, using a two-toned metal palette to emulate the original statuary bronze and nickel silver, Art Deco motifs found at the building's entrance and lobby.
Glass, marble, terra cotta, and statuary bronze have supplanted the earlier nondescript storefronts.