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List of color names for RWBY fans

Hello everyone! I’ve been working on a list of colors that I think would be great names for RWBY OCs. Or you could use this to come up with a team name. I hope this helps you guys!
Aero
Alabaster
Amaranth
Amethyst
Azure
Bole
Crimson
Carmine
Carnelian
Ceil
Cerise
Chamoisee
Chartreuse
Cordovan
Cyan
Debian
Ebony
Eminence
Eton
Flax
Fuchsia
Ginger
Grullo
Harlequin
Hunter
Icterine
Iris
Isabelline
Ivory
Jade
Jasmine
Jasper
Jet
Kobe
Kobi
Lavender
Lilac
Limerick
Magnolia
Maize
Malachite
Mauve
Ming
Peach
Pearl
Peridot
Umber
Regalia
Rubine
Rufous
Sandy
Sapphire
Sepia
Sienna
Sinopia
Magenta
Topaz
Violet
Thulian
Viridian
Xanadu
Zomp
Zaffre

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The Queen’s Amethyst Brooches

  1. The Kent Amethyst Demi-Parure - Top 4 images, Originally a personal piece of Queen Victoria’s mother, Princess Victoria, The Duchess of Kent. When she died, she left it to Victoria, therefore leaving it to The Crown. The most used part of this parure is the brooch without pendants. The center hexagonal amethyst is surrounded by a diamond sun ray on the bottom and scrolls and diamonds on top. Optional amethyst pendants can be worn below the brooch as seen in row 2 where the Queen is wearing dark purple. 
  2. Perth Bridge Opening Brooch - next 4 images, The brooch is described in Leslie Field’s The Queen’s Jewels as “a miniature flower bouquet with seven amethyst buds surrounded by white and yellow gold ferns and grasses, with a central group of twelve freshwater mauve-tinted pearls from the River Tay,  Included is an artist’s rendition above the black and white photo.
  3. Amethyst Bouquet Brooch - bottom 2 images, Often misidentified. It appears to be a bouquet of seven amethysts centering flowers with diamond petals and stems (description from Her Majesty’s Jewel Vault, blogspot)
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On Wednesdays We Wear Pink:

Or we wear our hair pink as these two sitters in the miniatures by John Smart.

From left to right:

“A Lady, wearing a low-cut pearl-bordered yellow bodice with mauve bow, fur-bordered mauve dress with jewelled pearl and sapphire clasp and embroidered pointed lace collar, her hair worn curled and pink-powdered and decorated with white ostrich feather”, 1785, John Smart.

“A Young Man, presumed to be ‘John Bertram’, wearing a blue jacket with white waistcoat decorated with gold stitching and a black neckerchief, his pink hair powdered and worn en queue”, 1773, John Smart.