Indigo is an ancient color cultivated in India and derived from the Indigo plant. On the color spectrum it falls between blue and violet, the last of the seven traditional colors in the rainbow. Indigo is part of the purple aura. Purple personalities are thought to be perceptive, emotionally passionate, and spiritual. Paloma Indigo is a stronger purple than Oxford Blue. It is a favorite color for alums from the colleges of Kansas State, Northwestern, Louisiana State, and the University of Washington to name a few.
Paloma is a lightly corrected. Like puppy dogs and snowflakes, grain structure in Paloma varies and minor color nuances may appear in different hides. Natural marks, scars and insect bites are visible. A thin coat of lacquer gives Paloma some protection and simplifies cleaning.