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Bronze sculpture has been part of humankind’s attempt to create artistic images of the world around it. This art form had a very turbulent history as it was nearly forgotten and then “rediscovered” on two occasions, once during the Renaissance period and then during the Industrial Revolution in the mid-19th century. Typically, bronze is 88% copper and 12% tin. However, historically speaking, bronzes were highly variable in composition, as most metalworkers probably used whatever scrap they could get their hands on. This commonly lead to varying mixtures that saw bronze get combined with materials such as copper, zinc, tin, lead, nickel, iron, antimony, etc. Antique bronze statue, antiques bronze sculpter

Antique 19th Century French Bronze Watch Holder sculpture of a man standing on a book

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19th Century 1890’s Bronze Bust of Young Female by Ruxples, Onyx Base.

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1910 Bronze Sculpture “Mask of Tragedy” by Leon Pilet. France 1839-1916

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Antique Art Deco Oscar Bach Bronze and Iron Table, Slate Top. Early 20th Century

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