Introduction of Persian Blue
The Persian Blue color is a collection of colors between green and blue and the color similar to turquoise stone. Which has been given features such as being good-natured and refraining from bad reviews and so on.
Lapis Lazuli is also known as Persian Blue, an award from ancient times for its intense color. A deep blue semi-precious stone comes from Caucuses and surrounding areas since 7000 BC. In ancient Persian, it was called lasavard, the root of Azor, azole and azorro. Exported to Europe in the Middle Ages, crushed into powder to create ultramarine, the best color of all blue pigments.
Persian Blue is a symbol of youth. This color has a soothing effect. Persian Blue is the color of communication. It is a combination of green growth and blue. The Persian Blue makes it easy to communicate between people where they are surrounded by this color. Turquoise has long been used in mascots for protection, self-confidence, and power.
The Persian Blue is named after some Iranian pottery and the color of tiles used in and on mosques and palaces in Iran and other parts of the Middle East. The Iranian blue represents the azure color of the mineral lapis lazuli obtained from Iran.
History of Persian Blue
The first recorded use of blue was blue as a color name in English in 1669. The interior of the Shah Mosque in Isfahan, Iran, is magnificently decorated with Iranian blue tiles.
It has been said that Persian Blue is a color of the word convertible; apparently this type of naming for colors is prevalent in most cultures and languages.
The turquoise stone is a popular stone because of the color and properties it attributes to popular belief, such as good-natured and defending itself against bad ideas.
The Psychology of Turquoise Color
The Persian Blue color is cooler than the green, so the peace of mind is more restful. This color removes fatigue from the mind and creates vitality. Those who love this color have a certain youthfulness and vitality. On the other hand, turquoise light is actually the closest light to the sky.
Persian Blue color in decoration
We do not take too much risk in designing interior decoration and furniture selection and always tend to the usual colors. The turquoise color has a special charm that is not seen in any other color, plus it fits in well with any decoration.
Thus, Persian Blue is a color with positive semantic values by the Iranians, and the Iranians became accustomed to seeing it in the environment. Persian Blue paint in clay containers is another application of this color in Iranian products and artifacts. As we know, one aspect of the representation of culture is in production and artifacts. Of course, the timing of the Iranians’ use of turquoise paint in earthenware is significant.