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Patination is the term that refers to the thin layer which develops on the surface of either copper, bronze or glass artefacts and it usually occurs when an item has been buried in soil or encased in clay. The chemicals present is the soil erode the surface of the item, a process which results in a change in colour, texture and appearance, all aspects which provide an assurance on the item’s age and authenticity as an antiquity.