Prized since ancient times for its alluring hue and medicinal properties, indigo holds an illustrious history of textile coloration and enhancement across Asian, Africa and South America—from Tutankhamen’s burial linens to the garments Samurai wore under their armor. Today, its use as a pure natural dye has become a rarity; its methods industrialized; its recipes forgotten.

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