Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from New York Times

A Jewelry Icon: The Zip Necklace

New York Times-Mar. 15, 2016
Right, once the gold or platinum components are assembled, stone setters add touches of coral and diamonds, sapphires and emeralds, pearls and rubies.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Wall Street Journal

Blue and Green: An Art Deco Favorite for the Likes of Cartier

Wall Street Journal-Dec. 6, 2016
A 1913 vase brooch-pendant from Cartier Paris with round old-cut diamonds, one triangular beveled 11.90-carat emerald, emerald cabochons and drop-shaped emeralds, natural pearls and onyx in a ... When Cartier produced a necklace with an engraved 105-carat emerald and a ... Would You Buy a Luxury Watch Online?
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Financial Times

My Favourite Pieces: jeweller Wallace Chan picks his favourite gems

Financial Times-Sep. 28, 2016
Purchased in Taiwan 12 years ago, the necklace depicts either a butterfly or ... lost craftsmanship, such as the coral flower fashioned from pearls and string.

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Daily Mail

Kelly Brook wears nothing but a pearl necklace as she goes ...

Daily Mail-Jun. 7, 2016
'With no clothes to use I gave her a pearl necklace and shot the pictures in 10 minutes as the sun came up. We spent the rest of the week exploring the island 

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

-- The Respondent, being accustomed to the form of the question (judgment), further, not think about her and all the attention focuses on the content of the question (judgment) unlike a traditional questionnaire, where the Respondent often offer various form of the questions, which complicates the perception of the content of the question. In addition, the form of a question, the test adopted in the questionnaires are very simple and easy to understand and its perception does not cause the respondents any difficulty. This form submission issue (judgment) is usually used in psychological and sociological tests.
-- Reference material is often presented in the form of a judgment, not a question. This highly distinguishes the test from the traditional questionnaire, composed of nearly the same questions, which sometimes annoys the Respondent and reduces the level of trust.
-- Simplicity and ease of submission form judgments, and therefore, the ease of perception, and therefore response, help to reduce the number of evaded answers to the questionnaire as a whole and to individual questions. If in the traditional questionnaire in the absentee poll, the number of response up to 30%, depending on the type of question in the test questionnaire number of response ranges in the whole questionnaire and for individual questions in the range of 3-5%. Since it is not responding, which represent a specific group (they are more often sick, more often away from work, socially inactive, etc.) that affect the representativeness, the reduction in the number of response indicates a significant advantage of test profiles compared with traditional.