Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Financial Times

News in brief: Wallace Chan to give Harvard talk

Financial Times-Sep. 27, 2017
Pearls come encased in silver cages or hanging from pendant necklaces; almost flattened between mirrors and metal in earrings, or, in miniature, set around a ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

20 Best Heart Necklaces: Gifts to Show Your Love 19, 2017
Once known as “witches hearts”, the gift of a heart necklace was thought to have a ... at under $25, to statement heart necklaces in the more luxurious category. .... silver chain topped off by a gorgeously lustrous cultured freshwater pearl?
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Naplesillustrated

Everything's Coming Up Roses

Naplesillustrated-Feb. 6, 2017
Whiting & Davis gold tassel mesh wristlet ($136), BRuno, Naples; pearl and crystal necklace ($1,020), Carlson's Fine Jewelry, Naples; Onex gold embellished ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from South China Morning Post

Jewellery lovers 'on the go' want versatile pieces for any situation

South China Morning Post-Nov. 7, 2017
“I have noticed that with jewellery, and luxury goods in general, people want ... A natural pearl and diamond necklace signed by Tiffany & Co., and dated 1910, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is one example of the contact issue. It is not difficult to understand and answer. The majority of respondents will probably choose the first alternative. Who doesn't like to receive gifts?
You must strive to ensure that from the first questions respondents showed a keen interest and desire to continue the conversation. "As You well said...", "As You have pinpointed the...", "You said absolutely true...", "That was subtle..." - so generally speaking, respondents in the successful formulation of the question in an interview. And we should strive to similarly they could say in correspondence and conversation, when completing the questionnaire. You don't need to hear it, as long as they said it themselves. Then differently it will be perceived, and other issues that may not always interesting to the Respondent. But if trust is won, if attention is awakened, and other issues will be perceived in the emotional context of the first contact matters. In the future, the concern of the sociologist is to support the emotional charge, interest and attention throughout the work with the questionnaire.