Russet 🎨 RGB Color Code: #80461B
The hexadecimal RGB code of Russet color is #80461B. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 80 red (128/256), a 46 green (70/256) and a 1B blue component (27/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(128,70,27). Closest WebSafe color: Auburn (#993333)
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Look up russet in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Russet may refer to: Russet (cloth), a coarse woolen cloth of brown or grey colour Russet (color), a
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Russet apples are varieties and cultivars of apples that regularly exhibit russeting, partial or complete coverage with rough patches of greenish-brown
Russeting or russetting is an abnormality of fruit skin which manifests in russet-colored (brownish) patches that are rougher than healthy skin. It is
'English Russet' is an old cultivar of domesticated apple which keeps exceptionally well in storage. It is a russet apple that makes good cider, is used
Russet is a dark brown color with a reddish-orange tinge. As a tertiary color, russet is an equal mix of orange and purple pigments. The first recorded
orange-brown. Russet is a dark brown color with a reddish-orange tinge. At a hue of 26, it is classified as an orange-brown. The first recorded use of russet as
The Knobby Russet, also known as Knobbed Russet, Winter Russet, Old Maids, and Winter Apple, is a large green and yellow apple cultivar with a rough and
Umatilla Russet (/ˌjuːməˈtɪlə/, YOO-mə-TIL-ə) is a moderately late maturing variety of potato especially suitable for frozen french fries processing. It
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