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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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
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
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
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
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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