The Indigo Collection

If you happened to grow up in South Carolina, you remember studying South Carolina history in Elementary School. We learned that indigo was the second largest cash crop of South Carolina. In fact, indigo cakes were more valuable than the dollar during the American Revolution according to Catherine E. McKinley’s book, “Indigo: In Search of the Color that Seduced the World.”

Being so fascinated with the a green plant producing a blue dye as a child, Luke began exploring producing a natural indigo dye for his woodwork. With some trial and error, Curry Sawmill Co. created their own all-natural indigo dye for furniture application.