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    Soldering Copper

I am making some copper chargers for table use (no food contact).  I want to solder some decoration and would like to know what kind of silver solder like material will be closest in color to the copper?  I want the joint to be as inconspicuous as possible.

The Tin Man Respondeth:

Copper may be joined with Harris 15, a silver braze used with any silverbearing hard soldering flux. The color as buffed bright should match very well, although as tarnished it will show lighter than the copper.

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