Do you mean U+274E NEGATIVE SQUARED CROSS MARK?
You also didn’t mention your OS, LO version and the font used.
The OTF specification is not approved yet for coloured glyphs and different OSes/font vendors handle this issue differently.
It is likely that the Dingbats glyphs are taken from a specific dedicated font, whatever the face you select. This is what happens on my Fedora 33 Linux box. Ican try and change the font face for any font installed, the displayed glyph does not change. I assume it is a “natively” coded glyph which overrides any user setting, including colour.
“Bold” does not change it. “Italic” does but I think it is simulated in absence of a variant of the font.
I don’t think it is an LO bug but something related to the font renderer.
There are other “natively” coloured glyphs and they behave the same (see the emoji and the “flag” letter).
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