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Can you separate silver from bronze? Answered

I got some bad artwork made from bronze and silver. I was wondering if it can be separated for scrap.

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Squibo

Best Answer 3 years ago

If it has been alloyed then it is still possible I think, but its going to be near impossible on a domestic scale and cost would outweigh any profit to be made in selling the scrap.

Maybe someone would buy it to reuse and recast it.

Hope that helps.

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vapaaman

3 years ago

It's mixed together. The silver is worth about 200. 390 grams.

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Quadrifoglio

3 years ago

Sell it/them on Ebay, art is subjective. Donate them and take the tax credit. What ever solution you pursue, it needs to be cheap. Pure silver is only $20.00 an ounce.

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Yonatan24

3 years ago

Melting point separartion?

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Josehf Murchison

3 years ago

Alloy or plated.

Alloyed can be done, not easily.

Reverse electroplating relatively easy.