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
Cordovan leather may refer to: Leather from Córdoba, Andalusia, Spain Cuir de Cordoue Shell cordovan This disambiguation page lists articles associated
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
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
Iberian Peninsula between the troops of the King of León Ramiro II and Cordovan caliph Abd al-Rahman III near the walls of the city of Simancas. The battle
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
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
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
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