That would be classic!... One thing you can do, is to take any small piece into a paint center like Sherwin Williams and have them match it on a computer spectrograph.
If you could remove a piece of trim off the range or any other part, that would be sufficient.
They may even be able to show you some samples close enough to the color you are seeking.
Best of luck,
Jim and Fran in Central Florida
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