Visibility Chart Glass Tray
Graphic Presentation by Willard Cope Brinton, 1939, is an early visual bible that explains everything from graphs explains color visibility and, in effect, why some signs and logos work better than others from a chromatic perspective.
Brinton charts 14 degrees of visibility all the way from black type on a yellow background from the most legible to the least.
In the potichomania process, the glass acts as both a foundation and protective finish, saving the step of varnishing. The original intent was to recreate Greek and Etruscan vases by simulating rare and expensive Sevrés porcelain.
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This tray measures approximately 5x8 inches. The relative thinness of the tray – just over 1/8” thick – belies the complexity of the potichomania process. Each of our trays is comprised of a glass tray, three layers of 28# paper, four coatings of varnish, and finished with two coats, each of paint and clear acrylic spray. We’ve added a high-quality felt pad on the bottom in order to protect your home surfaces.
Care: Please spray with a gentle glass cleanser and wipe clean. Do not submerge in water. For decorative purposes only.
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