Our No. 36 Peacock pattern is marbled with scarlet red, burnt umber, black, and metallic gold on black paper.
First created in the late 18th century, a Peacock pattern starts with a Nonpareil base where colours are tapped onto the bath and then combed twice horizontally and once vertically. Lastly, the Nonpareil base is combed vertically in wavy lines with a two-teethed comb.
Peacock is also called Pfauen, Plume de Paon, Queue de Paon, and Bouquet.