Bronze is a sturdy and durable material as it is a combination of tin and copper and often has traces of zinc or lead. The advantage of using it is that it allows the artist to feature captivating details through the use of casting molds, resulting in objects such as sculptures, tools, and weapons. Its use started back in Europe before spreading throughout the globe in the medieval times and the eras that followed. Casting takes place in two ways. There is the use of powdery sand molds and those made of wax, and it all depends on whether the artist wishes to reuse the molds.