Slate streak colors are used in mineralogy studies to classify properties of a mineral based on the shade of its crushed powder. When rubbed against a porcelain slate, minerals leave streak marks that assist in determini... More »

Slate is a rock that has many natural color variations including gray, blue, greenish-grey, dark red, black, tan and even purplish-gray. References to the color “slate” most likely mean a medium-dark grey with blue under... More »

Gold is created by mixing the colors red and green together until you reach the desired shade, according to RapidTables. The RGB color code for a pure gold color is 255, 215, 0. More »

Mixing the colors brown and yellow will make what is described as a lighter and brighter shade of brown. Yellow is one of the primary colors used to make brown. More »

The color sable is a very dark, almost black, shade of brown. It is named for the animal called a sable, which is a very dark brown, silky creature. More »

Beige is a light, pale brown color that is a grayish shade of tan. The word "beige" is French and is used to describe the color of natural wool. More »

Tiffany blue is the shade of turquoise chosen by Charles Lewis Tiffany as the exclusive color for the prestigious jeweler's packaging boxes. The blue boxes are instantly recognizable and associated with the elegance of T... More »