Excuse: official dealer of Puglia "Lo Scrigno" of Ostuni (BR).
Hi Giovanni, I guess that's your name :-)
I would wait for a nice original (and coeval) dial to appear in the wild, somewhere, somehow.
The dial your watch is currently equipped with, looks already re-done.
I would go for a supplied dial just as an "extrema ratio" (e.g. rare/impossible to find dial) but this is not the case - imo.
Take to find an original dial . However in your case the dial seems to be (poorly) reprinted so you can have the watch sent to VC and have a reprint of the original dial, but this is only possible if the dial maker has kept the prints of the original (which is often the case)
Geneva and subject to the dial print to be available