Bisque 🎨 RGB Color Code: #FFE4C4
The hexadecimal RGB code of Bisque color is #FFE4C4. This code is composed of a hexadecimal FF red (255/256), a E4 green (228/256) and a C4 blue component (196/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(255,228,196). Closest WebSafe color: Bubble gum (#FFCCCC)
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A bisque doll or porcelain doll is a doll made partially or wholly out of bisque or biscuit porcelain. Bisque dolls are characterized by their realistic
Bisque is a smooth, creamy, highly seasoned soup of French origin, classically based on a strained broth (coulis) of crustaceans. It can be made from lobster
Look up bisque in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Bisque may refer to: Biscuit porcelain, unglazed porcelain as a finished product Bisque (pottery), a
paper doll versions of the Kewpies. The characters were first produced as bisque dolls in Waltershausen, Germany, beginning in 1912, and became extremely
その着せ替え人形（ビスク・ドール）は恋をする, Hepburn: Sono Bisuku Dōru wa Koi o Suru, transl. "That Bisque Doll Falls in Love") is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated
distinction between china dolls, made of glazed porcelain, and bisque dolls, made of unglazed bisque or biscuit porcelain. A typical antique china doll has a
Biscuit porcelain, bisque porcelain or bisque is unglazed, white porcelain treated as a final product, with a matte appearance and texture to the touch
Biscuit (also known as bisque) refers to any pottery that has been fired in a kiln without a ceramic glaze. This can be a final product such as biscuit
Software Bisque, Inc. (formerly named Computer Assist Services) is a corporation based in Golden, Colorado that develops robotics telescope mounts and
A Frozen Charlotte is a specific form of china or bisque doll made in one solid piece without joints from c. 1850 to c. 1920. They were typically inexpensive
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