Poison Green

The color known as “Paris Green” became lethal in the nineteenth century, when in its formulation was added arsenic. Therefore, it assumed the name of Poison Green, that remained even after the elimination of the toxin.

These shades can assume various names, such as Kelly, Fern or just Vibrant Green, but none of them convey the same sense of menace and intrigue.

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