And suddenly the peacock-blue dress was gone and Claire became a gray figure from head to foot, a gray figure with two red lips.
The colour of the ball or flower in one case was a peacock-blue and in the other dead black.
The parquet floor was almost hidden by priceless rugs from Teheran—white, brick-dust color, and peacock-blue.
Copper gives a peacock-blue which becomes green if the proportion of the copper oxide is increased.
He had just lurched into Doggies own peacock-blue and ivory sitting-room when he was mournfully playing the piano.
Curtains she saw of peacock-blue; and in a tall, narrow recess, dominating the room, squatted a great golden Buddha.
His wife came down in dark grey silk with lace, and a touch of peacock-blue in her bonnet.
It was very pleasant to try on the peacock-blue riding hood that so became her.
The colors now in vogue for hall carpets are crimson or Pompeiian reds, with small figures of moss-green or peacock-blue.
In a madder-crimson Valery pot are Lent lilies—and the same in a peacock-blue fellow of a pinched and selfish shape.