Bronze (color)

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This is about the color. The article about the metal is here.

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Bronze is the color of the alloy bronze.

The first recorded use of bronze as a color name in English was in 1753. [1]

Meaning of bronze[change | edit source]

  • The color bronze means third place after gold (first place) and silver (second place) in awards such as the Olympic medals for the Olympic Games.

Tones of bronze color comparison chart[change | edit source]

Bronze Gold (ISCC-NBS) (Hex: #C9AE5D) (RGB: 201, 174, 93)
BRONZE ( (Maerz and Paul) (Hex: #CD7F32) (RGB: 205, 127, 50)
Blast Off Bronze (Crayola: Metallic FX) (Hex: #A57164) (RGB: 165, 113, 100)
Deep Bronze (Hex: #8C7853) (RGB: 140, 120, 83)
Medium Bronze (ISCC-NBS: Bronze Nude) (Hex: #6C541E) (RGB: 108, 84, 30)
Antique Bronze (ISCC-NBS) (Hex: #665D1E) (RGB: 102, 93, 30)
Dark Bronze (ISCC-NBS: Bronze Sheen) (Hex: #52503C) (RGB: 82, 80, 60)

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References[change | edit source]

  1. Maerz and Paul A Dictionary of Color New York:1930 McGraw-Hill Page 191; Color Sample of Bronze: Page 51 Plate 14 Color Sample L9