The Best Bronze Watches to Buy

Bronze has been around almost as long as horology. First used in weaponry and decorations around 4,000 BC — roughly when the first water clocks appeared — it’s mankind’s oldest alloy. Concocted of varying combinations of copper and tin, bronze can pack a Vickers hardness rating higher than that of wrought iron and stainless steel combined. Bronze is also antimagnetic and resists corrosion — especially that caused by seawater. By generating a patina of copper oxide, bronze

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