Bronze is a copper alloy that reacts when it is exposed to oxygen allowing a natural patina to form (oxidization).  Natural oxidization of the bronze will gently provide varying degrees of coloration in brown, red, black, blue, or green hues that will give each Davosa bronze watch its own unique and distinguishing character. 

Oxidation of bronze is a natural process and not a quality defect. To keep the oxidation of the bronze components of a DAVOSA watch to a minimum before it is worn by the buyer, the watch is delivered in a vacuum-sealed protective cover.  We recommend keeping the watch in this cover before wearing it.
When the watch has been unpacked, the bronze parts should not touch the skin, to avoid locally increased discoloration of the surface. Bronze watches should be stored cool, dry, and protected from light.

Cleaning a DAVOSA bronze watch: We recommend not to remove the patina. It acts as a natural protective layer for the bronze. You can carefully clean the bronze parts, to remove unsightly marks: We recommend mixing salt with a little vinegar and rub in with a soft brush, then rinse with water.


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October 25, 2022 — Davosa Editor

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