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933D41933D41933D41933D41933D411476165Smoky Topaz 🎨 RGB Color Code: #933D41

The hexadecimal RGB code of Smoky Topaz color is #933D41. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 93 red (147/256), a 3D green (61/256) and a 41 blue component (65/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(147,61,65). Closest WebSafe color: Auburn (#993333)
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Smoky Topaz on Wikipedia

Shades of brown
French translations for "brown". Displayed at right is the color smokey topaz. At a hue of exactly 15, it is classified as a red-brown or orange-brown
Grace M. Bolen
ragtime music. Her first composition was submitted when she was 14. "Smoky Topaz", from 1901, is one of her noted works. Bolen appears to have stopped
It is nearly impossible to differentiate between cut citrine and yellow topaz visually, but they differ in hardness. Brazil is the leading producer of
Gemstone irradiation
The most commonly irradiated gemstone is topaz, which usually becomes blue after the process. Blue topaz is rare in nature and almost always the result
Mineralogy of the Pikes Peak Region
basic assemblage minerals, predominately consisting of smoky quartz crystals and amazonite, with topaz, phenakite and other rarer minerals in certain areas
Jerome H. Remick
Whitney-Warner Publishing Company in Detroit, whose small catalog included Smoky Topaz (comp. Grace M. Bolen) and waltzes by Henriette B. Blanke. He turned
List of gemstones by species
Selenite Serpentine Antigorite Bowenite Sillimanite Smoky Quartz Spinel Sunstone Tanzanite Tiger's Eye Topaz Tourmaline Ulexite Zircon Corundum Ruby Sapphire
the Karkaraly mountains, nearly 100 minerals can be found, including: smoky topaz, crystal, chalcopyrite, azurite, chalcedony, and malachite.[citation
Gemstones of Pakistan
million carats of emerald, Mardan has reserves of 9 million carats of pink topaz and Kohistan has 10 million carats worth of reserves of peridot. The Federally
List of colors (compact)
Slate blue Slate gray Slimy green Smalt (Dark powder blue) Smoke Smokey Topaz Smoky black Soap Solid pink Sonic silver Spartan Crimson Space cadet Spanish

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