A color found in Genoese fabrics of the 16th Century.
By the mid 15th century the silk industry had become the largest employer in Genoa, but the growth of this industry was particularly strong in the 16th century.
Two kinds of Genoese silk fabrics were very highly reputed in Europe: silk fabric woven with silver and gold threads and teciopelo (triple velvet).
Although white is referred to as having no colour, it is found in actual practice that there are as great a number of variations of so-called White as of any color. Varieties of White shown in this work are Frost White and Stone White.