Crime Dog's Press Box Fire swatched by the lovely @StuckOnLacquer.
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Crime Dog’s Press Box Fire

$8.50

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Product Description

Crime Dog’s Press Box Fire

This purple creme harkens back to July 20, 1993 — the day that Fred “Crime Dog” McGriff was traded to the Atlanta Braves.

On that same day, a massive fire broke out in the press box of old Fulton County Stadium during batting practice. A few hours later, fire officials concluded that the game could still be safely played, and the show went on…

In the 6th inning of Crime Dog’s first game in a Braves uni, he launched a mammoth 2-run homer. The Braves won that game, and went on to erase a nine-game deficit in the standings to claim its 3rd consecutive National League pennant.

You could say that Crime Dog’s arrival lit a fire under the Braves…literally.

Crime Dog’s Press Box Fire swatches & macros shown in artificial lighting. And as you can see, it also stamps & water marbles beautifully.

I use high-quality & highly saturated pigments in my products, so staining is possible. It’s always advisable to apply a worthy base coat, especially under darker colored polishes.

Swatch photos courtesy of the always fabulous Wendy (@StuckOnLacquer), Sam (@samhnails) & April (@aprilwithasparkle).

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Weight 4 oz

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