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7FFFD47FFFD47FFFD47FFFD47FFFD4127255212Aquamarine 🎨 RGB Color Code: #7FFFD4

The hexadecimal RGB code of Aquamarine color is #7FFFD4. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 7F red (127/256), a FF green (255/256) and a D4 blue component (212/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(127,255,212). Closest WebSafe color: Aquamarine (#66FFCC)
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Look up aquamarine in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Aquamarine may refer to: Aquamarine (color), a shade between green and blue Aquamarine (gemstone)
Aquamarine (gem)
Aquamarine is a pale-blue to light-green variety of beryl. The color of aquamarine can be changed by heat. The aquamarine has a chemical composition of
Aquamarine (film)
Aquamarine is a 2006 American teen fantasy romantic comedy film directed by Elizabeth Allen, loosely based on the 2001 young adult novel of the same name
Aquamarine (color)
recorded use of aquamarine as a color name in English was in 1598. Rough aquamarine Aquamarine crystals on muscovite An aquamarine brooch Aquamarine (disambiguation)
formula Be3Al2Si6O18. Well-known varieties of beryl include emerald and aquamarine. Naturally occurring, hexagonal crystals of beryl can be up to several
Sara Paxton
(2004-2006) and Sarah Borden in Summerland (2004). Paxton's other films include Aquamarine (2006), Return to Halloweentown (2006), Sydney White (2007), Superhero
State Crown of George I
used by subsequent monarchs until 1838. The empty gold frame and its aquamarine monde which dates from the reign of King James II are both part of the
Dom Pedro aquamarine
The Dom Pedro aquamarine is the world's largest cut aquamarine gem. It was cut from a crystal originally weighing approximately 100 pounds (45 kg) and
Jewels of Diana, Princess of Wales
During her lifetime, Diana possessed a set of aquamarine jewels, including an "emerald cut Aquamarine stunner", which she first wore at the 1997 auction
Aquamarine (novel)
Aquamarine is a novel by Alice Hoffman, published in April 2001. A film adaptation was released in 2006, although the plot of the film bears little resemblance

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