Fordite's beauty and intriguing history inspired others to seek similar materials, transforming them into beautiful pieces that could be incorporated into jewelry. These Fordite relatives include, but are not limited to Jeep Fordite, Corvette Fordite, Speed Boat Fordite, Graffiti Fordite made from compressed layers of graffiti, recycled materials such as Bowlerite from vintage bowling balls, and Marble Fordite made from marbles in the early to mid 1900s.
Recommended Further Reading:
The following articles outline the historical timeline of the types of paints used in the automotive process, and highlight the significant role paint had in the industry.
"Watching Paint Dry", Material World, by Ed Conway
"A Breif History of Automotic Coatings Technology", American Coatings Association, by Douglas M. Lamb