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Indigo blue pillow as an elegant home accessories and highlight for your personal living area.

 

INDIGO BLUE CUSHIONS

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The king of blues and until the early 20 century the only blue, but still the only natural blue that will withstand any considerable amount of time. This dye has been being used dating as far back as 2000 BC, found in mummies tombs in Egypt it was highly prized and used regularly as is today yet many people would not realize there wardrobe contains at least a couple of garments and the process has remained the same since these ancient times.

 

Indigo blue pillows

Blue pillow I. Decorative Indigo Blue  Pillow. The king of blues and until the early 20 century the only blue, but still the only natural blue that will withstand any considerable amount of time.
Blue pillow II. Decorative Indigo Blue. The king of blues and until the early 20 century the only blue, but still the only natural blue that will withstand any considerable amount of time.
Blue pillow III. Decorative Indigo Blue. The king of blues and until the early 20 century the only blue, but still the only natural blue that will withstand any considerable amount of time.

India is believed to be the oldest center of indigo dyeing in the Old World. It was a primary supplier of indigo dye, derived from the plant Indigofera tinctoria, to Europe as early as the Greco-Roman era. The association of India with indigo is reflected in the Greek word for the 'dye', which was indikon. The Romans used the term indicum, which passed into Italian dialect and eventually into English as the word indigo.

 

Indigo is among the oldest dyes to be used for textile dyeing and printing. Many Asian countries, such as India, China, Japan, and Southeast Asian nations (Thailand) have used indigo as a dye (particularly silk dye) for centuries.

Cushions to make you feel cushy