Persian Orange 🎨 RGB Color Code: #D99058
The hexadecimal RGB code of Persian Orange color is #D99058. This code is composed of a hexadecimal D9 red (217/256), a 90 green (144/256) and a 58 blue component (88/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(217,144,88). Closest WebSafe color: Camel (#CC9966)
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resembles butterscotch. Persian orange is a color used in pottery and Persian carpets in Iran. The first recorded use of Persian orange as a color name in
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A Persian carpet (Persian: فرش ايرانى, romanized: farš-e irâni [ˈfærʃe ʔiːɾɒːˈniː]) or Persian rug (Persian: قالی ايرانى, romanized: qâli-ye irâni [ɢɒːˈliːje
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