crystals cling easily to the cotton fibres used in jeans and are resistant to laundry detergents, yet flake off slightly with wear-and-tear to yield the sought-after worn-in look.
Bosence insisted that Balfour-Paul should go back to Yemen and record its indigo
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By 2001, only Nizwa and Bahla remained as traditional indigo
centres, with one active dye-maker and one dyer perpetuating the age -old tradition.
And as it chews it away, the indigo
comes off," explains Ankeny.
The etymology of the word indigo
indicates its importance in Classical times among the 'spices' traded from the East to the West, for it derives from the Greek indikon (Latinised indicum), meaning 'something Indian'.
Referring to her research, Albert says the Chinese used indigo
as a detoxifying herb to cleanse the liver, as well as to create a blue dye.
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