Medieval Stained Glass and Nanoparticle Colors
From Arthur Nash Notebooks of Tiffany Co.
Arthur Nash was a very important glass maker from England and Louis C. Tiffany invited him to US to formulate new glasses and colors at late 19th century. He and his son developed many formulas and pioneered at Glass making and coloring technology. He always kept his secrets in a little notebook and never revealed the formulas to Tiffany.
His notebooks sold to Corning and opened to public.
cobalt oxide blue , uranium oxide yellow , iron oxide green , and he used manganese , arsenic , silver nitrate , potash nitrate , platin , palladium , rb , and many more for their own colors or plasmon colors.