Answered By: Regan Brumagen Last Updated: Sep 23, 2016 Views: 27
I am sending photocopies of two pages from Carder's notebook, dated 1912, that list the ingredients for Aurene; Aurene Blue; Aurene Blue for casing or Calcite; Aurene Green; Aurene Opaline; and Aurene Brown (to your postal mailing address). I found no information about application or annealing schedule in his notes. The notebooks are part of Frederick Carder's archives in the Rakow Research Library.
You may find more specific technical information in the resources listed in the attached bibliography for "iridizing" which covers a variety of sources from the time period (including Tiffany).
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