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Home : Metal Leafing : Metallic Powder Statuary Bronze

* Price: $100.37

*All prices are in Canadian funds.


Statuary Bronze Metallic Colored Powder bulk 1Lb (203832)
The essence of this versatile ultra fine metallic colored mica powder is its ability to give you a true look of metal in any mixed medium. True metal powders have a brilliance that cannot be achieved with Mica Powders. Size: 1oz Color: Statuary Bronze


  • Metallic colored powders retain the look and feel of metals.
  • Unsealed, Pale Gold, Brass, Copper, Bronze and Statuary Bronze will patina or oxidize and give a rich antique look to your artwork.
  • Metallic colored powders can be annealed in the oven. This works on items which will not burn at 300 degrees F for 5 minutes. This technique lends itself well to polymer clay.
  • Can be blended to create faux finished surfaces and create faux patinas.
  • Mixing with liquid mediums creates the consistency and look of metallic paint.
  • Will take on the characteristics of the medium they are mixed with, whether it is a gloss, flat, frosted or iridescent finish.


  • Work in a well ventilated area. (For added protection wear a dust mask.)
  • Use a small scoop or spoon to remove powder versus pouring the powders from the jar.
  • When using a brush to apply powders to a surface, use a damp brush. This keeps the powder on the brush until time of application.
  • When possible, mix small amounts of metal colored powders with liquid to liquefy the powders using a palette knife to avoid clumping.
  • Mix only the amount that is going to be used immediately. Certain water-based sealers will cause the metallic colored powders to tarnish if left in the liquid form.