Bronze powder is a metallic pigment used to impart a gold color. It consists of fine particles of Tin and copper. Bronze powders are characterized by SHADE and FINENESS. The most common shades are:
Richgold - an almost greenish, yellow gold, closer to "brass"
Richpalegold -an intermediate shade closest to 22K gold color
Palegold - a coppery reddish shade
Copper - like a new copper penny
Aluminum - silvery but with some gray tones
The categories of fineness include:
Extra Brilliant or Brilliant - a coarse flake (25 microns or larger) which shows real sparkle but a sometimes grainy surface
Fine or Lining - a more matte finish (10-15 microns) allowing fine detail
Extra Fine or Superfine - smoothest surface (3-5 microns), provides best coverage with a metallic sheen, but no sparkle
sold by weight .