Group of Peacock blue designs by Joel Philip Myers for Blenko
(Items shown in groupings are also available individually, please email to inquire.)
This rare and unusual color, Peacock, is one of the few distinctive colors introduced by artist Joel Philip Myers.
LEFT: Vase with flared downturned rim and wide midsection, designed by Joel Philip Myers in 1966, made for 1 year only. Design #6623 in Peacock, pictured in the 1966 catalog. Measures 14.5 inches tall x 5.75 inches diameter.
CENTER: Tall rectangular vase with broad flared collar and line figure of a soldier on one side, designed by Joel Philip Myers in 1965, made for 1 year only. Design #6520 in Peacock, pictured in the 1965 catalog. Measures 18.75 inches tall x 8.25 inches diameter.
RIGHT: Dome shaped decanter with reverse teardrop stopper, designed by Joel Philip Myers in 1966, made for 2 years only, 1 year in this color. Design #6629 in Peacock, pictured in the 1966 catalog. Measures 11.75 inches tall x 8.25 inches diameter.
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