#1 copper colors without reds and very little black.
This is a more difficult copper patina color to achieve. There is a slight upcharge on this color.
#5 Here you see the white copper defining the color areas.
#10 Dark / Light Brown
Hammered Ridges lightly sanded to expose bright copper color..
#2 Copper colors with some differentiation created with some copper reds and copper browns.
#6 Less color separation, more emphasis on the beiges and reds.
#3 An antique copper finish created by "hot wax" that causes the colors to go deeper into the lamina. The copper oranges are more prominent.
#7 More distinct color separation. A stronger finish. The next photo shows this finish on a larger copper top.
#4 This copper top was photographed without the high polish wax to minimize reflection. There is more black in this finish. The next photo shows this finish up close.
#8 - Strong color differentiation with all of the copper colors.
#4 upclose. This finish has all of the copper colors from the copper oranges, copper reds, beiges, blacks.
#9 Dark Brown