What is the meaning of the furniture term Bronze?

Bronze was used extensively for furniture in the ancient world. Its strength permitted an extreme lightness of design. A decorative metal alloy commonly used for accents, hardware, or sculptural details on furniture pieces. Bronze is a combination of copper and tin, with the addition of other metals or elements to achieve desired characteristics and color variations. It can range in color from a reddish-brown to a dark brown or brownish-black shade. Bronze is admired for its durability, malleability, and the warm, luxurious aesthetic it adds to furniture designs.
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