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5 thoughts on “Indigo: From Mummies to Blue Jeans. by Jenny Balfour-Paul

  1. says:

    Great historical coverage of the development use and the world passion with the natural dye indigo Good illustrations and informative passages presented in an interesting format I am new to natural dyeing and I am fascinated by this amazingly different and attractive dye which has such an alluring history


  2. says:

    Sir Isaac Newton described indigo in spectrography as a color between the purples and the blues More recent studies found out indigo falls either into onw of these two categories being indigo itself a sort of unstable non existing hue This book is comprehensive and well documented by maps pictures and interesting material I would suggest this book to students interested in the history of colors but also to anyone with an appetite for random bits of culture and keen to mindtravelCarlo Muttoni


  3. says:

    I asked for this book and its seuel for a gift The subject is fascinating but I can't enjoy the book as I can't get past the author's rather stuffy academic style of writing I will keep trying but just getting through the first chapter was a chore


  4. says:

    Interesting but not as many photospictures as I'd hoped for


  5. says:

    As an indigo practitioner I can't recommend this book enough It takes you through this fascinating subject with ease making it a very pleasant read supported by great images If you have an interest in indigo you probably will keep coming back to it


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Indigo: From Mummies to Blue Jeans. by Jenny Balfour-Paul

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Paperback. Sir Isaac Newton described indigo in spectrography as a color between the purples and the blues More recent studies found out indigo falls either into onw of these two categories being indigo itself a sort of unstable non existing hue This book is comprehensive and well documented by maps pictures and interesting material I would suggest this book to students interested in the history of colors but also to anyone with an appetite for random bits of culture and keen to mindtravelCarlo Muttoni

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Paperback. I asked for this book and its seuel for a gift The subject is fascinating but I can't enjoy the book as I can't get past the author's rather stuffy academic style of writing I will keep trying but just getting through the first chapter was a chore

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Paperback. Great historical coverage of the development use and the world passion with the natural dye indigo Good illustrations and informative passages presented in an interesting format I am new to natural dyeing and I am fascinated by this amazingly different and attractive dye which has such an alluring history