Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin and has a reddish to yellow color. Its alloy is quite similar to brass, but it looks a bit more like rose gold.
This metal alloy is discovered around 3000 BC. It was used for the first time in China, Iran and Iraq. It is harder than copper and stone. So at that time, it was therefore the ideal material for making tools. But also for weapons, sculptures and jewelry.
This age is best known as the Bronze Age. Copper ores and the far more rarer tin ores are often not found together in nature. There are, of course, a few exceptions.
So in order to get bronze at that time, it involved trading. Especially for the Netherlands. Since copper and tin can’t be found in that piece of land.
If something involves a lot of trading, it means that it’s expensive. So this alloy was an expensive metal at that time. Having a piece of bronze meant having status.
For this, they used it in China for elite burials and ritual offerings.
Just like any other material, it has a certain frequency and an effect on our instruments.
Tin promotes prosperity and spiritual growth. But it also enhances your emotional and spiritual qualities.
Copper improves blood circulation and gives you courage. It also improves and broadens your awareness.
Together they create a powerful energetic alloy.
Tip: Bronze can stain the skin green/blue, especially with rings. No worries, this is due to the sweat and is not harmful.
This is something to consider when you want to order a ring in this material.
A simple solution to this is to apply some nail polish on the inside of the ring.