Early colourways - Michael Harris; 'New' Golden Peacock - Timothy Harris.
There were three distinct phases for the colourways, excluding experimental pieces:
- Golden Peacock with pale pastel colours (gold leaf over the colour): Pink (1982-1987); Green (1982-1987); Blue (1983-1987); White (1984-1994)
- Golden Peacock with dark colours: Dark Pink (1987-1998 — gold leaf over the colour); Dark Green (1987-1998 — gold leaf over the colour); Royale (1987-1998 — strong purple bands with cobalt blue, pink or green base glass and gold under the colour trails)
- 'New' Golden Peacock with pastel colours (gold leaf over the colour and clear glass trails over both the colour and gold): Blue (1998-2003); Green (1998-2003); Pink (1998-2003); also known in Lilac (2003 only) but this was not a standard colour
This squat perfume bottle is 6.5 cm high and was an experimental piece for the Golden Peacock series. It was not sold outside the island shop. This has been confirmed by Isle of Wight Studio Glass. The stopper is a replacement made by IOWSG.
Golden Peacock with pale pastel colours
Small globe vase, 6.5 cm diameter, 7 cm high.
Tall cylinder vase, 16.5 cm high, which was produced in 1987 only.
Squat vase, 11 cm high.
Globe vase, 9 cm high, 8 cm diameter. This vase has the triangular label of the 1980s.
Egg paperweight, 7 cm high, 4.5 cm diameter.
Golden Peacock with dark colours
Beaker vase, 6.5 cm high.
Globe vase, 8 cm diameter, 8.5 cm high.
Cylinder vase, 13.5 cm high.
Beaker vase, 7.5 cm diameter.
Squat perfume bottle with cobalt blue base glass, 10 cm high.
Round paperweight with pink base glass, 4.5 cm diameter.
Bird paperweight with pink base glass, 4.5 cm long.
'New' Golden Peacock with pastel colours
Flared vase, 10.5 cm high.
Squat perfume bottle, 7.5 cm high.
Pair of candlesticks, 11.5 cm high.