Isfahan is a medium semi-solid colourway in pale, burnished gold. It is shade of burnished gold that is more cool and muted in hue than warm; but is definitely on the gold spectrum rather than khaki or olive. There are some delicate drops of teal and grape, but not to such a degree that it will interfere with other pairings, instead just adding a few whimsical pops of colour.
I originally developed a recent range of new colours for another project involving a local yarn shop during the lockdown period. Whilst I don't believe in escaping the many necessary debates currently taking place world-wide, I did spend an inordinate amount checking out a range of wonderful landscapes online when we were not allowed out of the house here in South Africa during lock-down. Isfahan was inspired by the tiling and architecture of the beautiful Imam (Shah) mosque in the Naqsh-e Jahan Square in Isfahan - do look up this extraordinary place!
An interesting trio/quartet would be Galleon, Isfahan, Shipwrecked, Isfahan Dusk.