The Mystery Behind Poisonous Green Color During Victorian Era

Interesting factoids I bet you never knew.

In 1814, a new type of green pigment was invented by The Wilhelm Dye and White Lead Company in Schweinfurt, Germany. It was more vibrant than in comparison with other green pigments. It had a more assertive tone. It was immediately termed “emerald green” because of its jewel-like…



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