Pièce de Résistance: This Limited-Edition Golden Peacock

Golden Peacock Figurine
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* From Jay Strongwater’s 20th Anniversary Commemorative Collection
* Over 13,000 crystals in shades of  light topaz, opal and gold
* Over two feet high and nearly three feet wide — his largest ever

There are only 20 like it in the world. From accessories designer Jay Strongwater’s 20th Anniversary Commemorative Collection comes the Limited-Edition Golden Peacock Figurine. The largest sculpture ever completed by Strongwater, the Golden Peacock is handcrafted from metal and finished with enamel and Swarovski crystals.

The feathers feature oversized pear, oval and marquis-cut stones. Over 13,000 crystals adorn the feathers in shades of light topaz, opal and gold aurum. With dazzling details and striking measurements (it’s over two feet high and nearly three feet wide), the Golden Peacock is sure to become the focal point of your decor.

Born in New York City then raised briefly in the Midwest before his family settled in New Jersey, Strongwater’s first jewelry clients were Bergdorf Goodman and Saks Fifth Avenue. He came to prominence when the jewelry he designed for Oscar de la Renta’s runways shows caught the attention of fashion editors at Vogue, Women’s Wear Daily and Harper’s Bazaar. 

His first home collection launched in 1995, and customers clamored to decorate their homes with his small boxes, clocks and frames. The 20th Anniversary Commemorative Collection, from which the Golden Peacock has been procured, marks his successful expansion from jewelry to home decor.

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