According to original enamel recipes, the colors on this fancy enamel dial were likely originally produced with Copper Oxide, Chromic Oxide, Protoxide of Iron, Protoxide of Cobalt, Silicate of Cobalt, and Safflower. Enjoy!
Nathan Moore is a historian of American horology, avid watch collector, and the creator of the Pocket Watch Database. He enjoys researching the stories behind the watches manufactured by the American watch factories and the people that built the industry.
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