Cordovan 🎨 RGB Color Code: #893F45
The hexadecimal RGB code of Cordovan color is #893F45. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 89 red (137/256), a 3F green (63/256) and a 45 blue component (69/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(137,63,69). Closest WebSafe color: Auburn (#993333)
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Cordovan may refer to: Shell cordovan, a type of leather Cordovan (color), a shade of red-brown El Cordobés (The Cordovan), a matador of the 1960s This
Cordovan is a rich shade of burgundy and a dark shade of rose. Cordovan takes its name from the city of Córdoba, Spain, where the production of cordovan
Shell cordovan or cordovan is a type of leather commonly used in high-end shoemaking. Cordovan is an equine leather made from the fibrous flat connective
The Cordovan hat (in Spanish, sombrero cordobés) is a traditional hat made in the city of Córdoba, Spain and traditionally worn in a large part of Andalusia
Cordovan leather may refer to: Leather from Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain Cuir de Cordoue Shell cordovan This disambiguation page lists articles associated
Belasko (al-Galashki, 'the Gaul') ruled Álava, but Pamplona remained under Cordovan and local control up to 806. Belasko and the counties in the Marca Hispánica
red and imperial red are identical. Cordovan is a rich medium dark shade of red. The first recorded use of cordovan as a color name in English was in 1925
In 740, the Wali (governor) Uqba ibn al-Hayyay imposed direct central Cordovan discipline on the city. In 755, though, the last governor of Al-Andalus
Benítez Pérez (born 4 May 1936), more commonly known as El Cordobés (The Cordovan), is a Spanish bullfighter, matador, and actor active in the 1960s who
Acrobasis exsulella, the cordovan pyralid moth, is a species of snout moth in the genus Acrobasis. It was described by Philipp Christoph Zeller in 1848
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