Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from JCK

The 2017 JCK Jewelers' Choice Award Winners

JCK-Mar. 31, 2017
Behold the 50-plus necklaces, bracelets, and assorted glittering gems that stole .... 18k gold Living Heirloom pendant with a 20.6 mm Tahitian pearl and 1.04 cts.

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

Dior Rose des Vents - the perfect summer jewellery? 2, 2017
... pink opal, mother-of-pearl and turquoise; later the medallion-like charm was ... rendered in various colours on long sautoir necklaces and covered with onyx.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from

My Cousin Rachel: the story behind Rachel Weisz's hauntingly ... 13, 2017
The effect of the pearl necklace is enhanced by the off-shoulder neckline of Rachel's ... Rachel is seen in a luxurious teal dress with a burgundy velvet jacket.
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from Malay Mail Online
Malay Mail Online

You're buying luxury jewellery wrong: advice from expert Fiona ...

South China Morning Post-Dec. 15, 2017
You're buying luxury jewellery wrong: advice from expert Fiona .... The value of a cultured pearl can be just 10 per cent that of a natural pearl. .... If the person you're buying for often wears big rings and chunky bracelets and necklaces, it's a ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The questionnaire as a whole and each question separately are special kind of tools intended
to relieve certain social information or measurement of any social process. And the thinner the tool, the more reliable it is, the more accurate information we get, the better our knowledge. Why so many long and sociologists on methods and techniques of research to carefully formulate each question, conduct the pilot study, develop the dozens of rules of how and how not to formulate questions and to build the questionnaire as a whole.
No one raises objections to the fact that a questionnaire should be built on rules. But what is a properly constructed questionnaire. This question is not always a right answer. Paradoxically sounds, but the fact that even built according to the rules application can give wrong information. I mean in this case, those sorts of errors that can be tolerated at different stages of development of a technique and which lead to a shift in the survey results. We are talking about something else. We are talking about, and this must be stressed as a key methodological requirement for the construction of a questionnaire and each question that the rules themselves are not the key to obtaining reliable information. Rules themselves are meaningless and gain meaning only in the context of certain objectives of the study. And the fact that in some cases impossible, in others is not only possible but even necessary.