There is currently an ever increasing demand, particularly in the United States and Europe for paints and inks made from this powder. A very strong appeal for this powder, from its earliest use, whether in paint or ink applications has been due to the close resemblance it bears to gold. Its rich deep colour conveys a feeling of security and stability in an ever changing society. Bronze powder is in reality powdered brass and appears to have been used for the first time in Germany during the eighteenth century and was later introduced into Britain by Bessemer.
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