A flock of peacocks is called an "ostentation," "party" or muster, depending on which Google hit you believe.
I love all shades of blue, but I really think peacock blue is my favorite hue these days. I began collecting peacocks recently on Pinterest. At first I was collecting only beadwork, but I branched out to purses, scarves and other works of art and craft.
These shoes, for example. I couldn't even stand up on those spindly heels, much less walk in them. But a girl can dream, can't she?
Apparently lots of others are fascinated by peacocks, too. Many Pinterestesses (I just made that word up!) have boards devoted to them.
When I was my 20s, I was hugely into Flannery O'Connor (into that Southern Gothic thang, y'all), and one thing I remember about her is that she raised peacocks for a living. That is the sum total of my knowledge of the actual birds.
But this is a jewelry blog, so let's show off some beady peacock bling.