Yellow and Oxblood CD 162 H.G. Co. Petticoats

By Joe Maurath, Jr.; posted March 7, 2003

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The yellow example shown is just about as yellow as they get, and the oxblood (transition mold) is almost as red as an insulator has ever been made for commercial purposes. Most oxblood's exhibit this nice red brilliancy in natural sunlight. The color accuracy shown is excellent.