Another throwback mixed media fusion.
This ROI ended up a @defendanddestroi trophy for @venturehawaii just last year before moving back to Oahu. Used the silhouette of the very species within and is one of many in this cutout style. More debuting in 2020!
Couldn’t be more excited to share this incredible collaboration with @trebliganna, which will debut at Art Basel @reddotmiami this week! 🦚 Anna cut this gorgeous 1.7ct unheated Kenyan sapphire in her own design and sent it to me to create a one-of-a-kind piece with. Here is my peacock-inspired design, which was fully hand fabricated and set with multicolored diamond pavé and VS diamond baguettes. I couldn’t be happier with how this piece turned out, but drop a comment below and let us know what you think!
Peacock feathers accounts for 60 percent of the bird's total body length and with a wingspan measuring 5 feet, it is one of the largest flying birds in the world. A peafowlcan live to over the age of 20 years, thepeacocks plumage looks its best when the male reaches the age of 5 or 6.
These birds first lived within forests and rainforests, an environment which still remains their most comfortable and natural habitat.
The average running speed for peacocks is 10 miles per hour (16 kph).
When breeding time comes around each year, the peacock will try to impress the peahen as much as possible. Apart from displaying his feathers and train, he will also guard his territory and make loud noise to ward off other males.
With a fairly large wingspan around 4.9 feet (1.5 meters) and it’s large feathers, the peacock is one of the largest flying birds on earth.
Peacocks are ground-feeders that eat insects, plants, and small creatures. There are two familiar peacock species. The blue peacock lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green peacock is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo peacock, inhabits African rain forests. #peacock