I know what many will say, so called base metals are no good for a number of reasons. I research everything extensively and am aware of every possible problem with them including tarnishing. One thing I have gotten mixed messages about is whether or not bronze can be rolled. I am talking about ancient bronze, 90% copper and 10% tin. I am aware this is hard and springy stuff hence why it was used for swords for thousands of years. I am wondering whether it can be rolled through a rolling mill. I have read that the “face entered cubic structure” is lost past around 6% tin according to Brephol. I am also aware that 20% tin variants are terribly brittle and assume that one with 10% tin won’t be particularly ductile either. I have ordered some and it was super cheap compared to silver so I’ll definitely like that aspect of the material! I would like to know what your thoughts and experiences are working with the stuff, or whether I should “dilute” the tin content by adding copper. If I go that route I assume I should have no more than 6% tin for Maximum ductility, correct?