verdigris


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ver·di·gris

(ver'di-grēs, -gris, -grē),
Cupric acetate (normal).
[O. Fr. verd, green, de, of, Gris, Greeks]

verdigris

(vĕr″dĭ-grĭs) [O.Fr. vert de Grece, green of Greece]
1. Mixture of basic copper acetates.
2. The green-gray deposit of copper carbonate on copper and bronze vessels.
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The aged verdigris patina is authentic and gives it an authentic antique feel which is absolutely gorgeous.
Verdigris will be removed from the bronze tablets and lettering restored.
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Over time the more exposed steel faces will attract salt streaks and verdigris, in contrast to the protected internal faces which, it is hoped, will retain their smooth, warm golden finish.
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