Shown on Alloy 464 Naval Brass
For more information on Alloy 464 Naval Brass, See Bronze Materials
|Type of Damage:||Visible Scratches||Visible Marring||Visible Fingerprints||Visible Dust & Dirt||Difficulty to Repair Finish||General Maintenance|
|#8 Mirror Polished|
1. Uniformly abraded and polished finishes are more prone to showing scratches, especially when perpendicular to the grain. Complete re-graining of the entire surface may be necessary in extreme situations.
2. For care and maintenance of bronze, see:
Patina finishes offer a natural color variation as opposed to paint or anodizing. The irregular patterns, color intensities and substrate metal all play a part in the ambience of a patina finish. In addition, each individual artist will produce a slightly different "application signature" to the piece. If you require a finish that is perfectly uniform in appearance, we suggest you specify a Tnemec or powder coated finish rather than a patina (metallic paints and powders available).
An optional high-performance factory-applied clear coat is available in satin, semi-gloss, and high gloss sheens. NOTE: Illustrations above may differ slightly from actual finishes. Finish samples will be provided for approval at time of order. Special finishes available - contact factory for more information.