Why in discussions of percent character of bonds, are only ionic and covalent bondings discussed? Do bonds not have a partial metallic character, and are either metallic and ionic-covalent?
One could think of the Fermi surface and conduction bands as an expression of the degree of metallic bonding, where metals such as aluminum or silver have overlapping empty and filled bands, allowing for electrical conduction, while semiconductors have a small gap between filled and conduction bands, offering more resistance.
As @Mithoron states, metallic bonding is a bulk property. Metals behave differently as nanoparticles -- for example, bulk silver is reflective, but nanometer particles of it are black, as in photographs.