Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

My year in high jewellery

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Jan. 1, 2017
Look how I happy I am trying on Bina Goenka's emerald and pearl choker, top, ... a moment then this Giampiero Bodino necklace crystallises the joy of colour.
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Ivanka Trump Wears Oscar de la Renta for the Inauguration 20, 2017
Trump's younger daughter Tiffany also donned all-white in a double breasted jacket layered over trousers, finished with a pearl necklace. Both daughters wore ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Robb Report

Home Tour: Actor Eddie Albert's $19.5 Million California Hacienda Is a ...

Robb Report-Sep. 13, 2017
... a replica of Jackie Onassis's pearl necklace can be found in a drawer upstairs. ... listed for $19.5 million by Fran Flanagan of Coldwell Banker Luxury and Brett ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from JCK

14 Examples of Alexander Calder's Enduring Influence on Jewelry ...

JCK-Sep. 21, 2017
From left: Two-tone necklace with akoya pearls in 14k yellow gold and silver with a toggle closure, $2,683, and Petite Spiral Earrings with pearls, silver, and gold ..

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This buffer question is designed to limit the impact of the previous questions. It noted the negative aspects of city life that makes a person think about the true reasons for his move.
Sometimes in research you have to ask a series of questions of the same type. So, in the study of readership is always necessary to enter a large number of questions about the headings, the topics of a particular newspaper and the relationship thereto of the Respondent. This creates a monotony of forms and quickly tiring the Respondent. To revive their attention and increase interest in the work introduces a number of issues distracting nature. For example: "the first Who reads the newspaper in Your family?" "What news stories are most popular with Your wife (husband)?" and so forth. It is also a buffer issue.
Often this type of question is formulated so that it is quite unexpected for the Respondent and differs in theme from previous issues, though without any transitional phrases like "now let's talk about something else...". It's like a shocking question, makes you forget about the old questions and forcing to think, what he was asked.