Sunday, March 31, 2019

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Breaking Into the Fine Jewelry Biz: How Young Designers Are Doing It

StyleCaster-Jul. 21, 2015
President Lincoln commissioned a full set of seed pearl pieces from Tiffany and ... forget the emerald and diamond necklace Richard Burton tasked Bulgari to create ... features editor of Vogue UK, who now consults for luxury jewelry brands,.
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BAZAAR Plays Pick Your Bauble (blog)-Mar. 13, 2015
This one with Mother of Pearl inlay makes it even more special—and I suspect it ... I want to wear this bright, fringe necklace with a white t-shirt and jeans and, ...

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Q&A: Christie's Head of Jewelry

Robb Report-Sep. 28, 2015
This past spring, we sold a ruby necklace at Christie's in Hong Kong for $13 million. ... In Geneva we sell not just pearls but a lot of the larger suites of jewelry.
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The Luxe List: 2015's Most Over-the-Top Amazing Ways to Spend ... 19, 2015
As holidays approach and you feel the gravitational pull of gift-giving season, allow us to remind you: You worked hard this year. You deserve to reward ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

-- Open question of methodological nature, for example, of the type "If You have comments and suggestions on the questionnaire, individual questions or overall research, write them here."
-- Closed question of a methodological nature about how liked the questionnaire to the Respondent, how much time, in his opinion, it took to complete and the actual time (notes ancester).
-- Final question. The last question is of great functional importance. No matter how long the conversation last sentence, as a rule, remembered. Remember how in the movie "Seventeen moments of spring" Stirlitz says that you must be able to not only enter into conversation, but in and out of it, and that last sentence remains in memory". And in the questionnaire the last question, as the last phrase should be remembered. It should be interesting to the Respondent, can be witty, but be sure to be in line with the theme, which was the main in the questionnaire.
For example, in a study about the financial needs of employees at the end of the questionnaire was posed this question (fragment of the questionnaire): "Our questionnaire is finished. Thank you very much for the work You have done, for answering our numerous questions. You helped us a lot. In the end, we want to ask You one last question. Imagine that You won lottery ticket the car "the Zhiguli" latest brand. Tell me, please, would You take the car for a winning ticket or would get the money?"
And, of course, can not be put in the conclusion of the questionnaire, questions on natural disasters, illnesses, thefts and other misfortunes that can happen or have happened with the Respondent. It immediately leaves a bad impression and cause a negative reaction. At the end of one of the questionnaires was the question (fragment of the questionnaire): "In life can occur in a variety of natural disasters and therefore it is necessary always to remember the phone numbers of the special services. Imagine that night at your house (apartment) there was a fire. Do You know the number of the fire service?"
In life of course anything could happen, including a fire in the apartment, and telephone numbers of special services of course, we should remember, but still the description of this situation and this question - not the best ending questionnaire.
Last question, among other things, this rocker bridge to future research. We need to think not only about today but also care about tomorrow. Who knows, maybe we ourselves, or another researcher will have to come to the facility and to work with the same respondents. And it is very sad when I come to the enterprise, and respondents refuse to fill in the questionnaires: "I was here before You, too, the questionnaire gave, already tired". And you have to persuade, beg. It is clear that this negativism is a trace of previous researchers that have left a bad impression. Of course, it is not only in the last question. Apparently the respondents didn't take all the research, did not understand its usefulness. And if we want to work successfully, you must ensure that after each of our research people have respect for research and a desire to help the sociologists in their scientific work.
The final stage of the questionnaire, including the last question is the logical conclusion to the drama of the questionnaire, as the final chord in the Symphony of the survey.