Saturday, March 30, 2019

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The $6.7 Million 'Jewel of Kashmir' and $5.2 Million 'Cowdray Pearls ...

Forbes-Oct. 8, 2015
The necklace is composed of 42 graduated natural grey pearls measuring ... Crown Jewels, purchased by the American luxury jeweler at auction in 1887, which ...

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43 Spanish Royal Pearls Come to Christie's Auction Block

Robb Report-Nov. 22, 2015
As part of the Important Jewels auction on 2 December 2015, Christie's presents this rare, 19th century natural coloured pearl necklace (estimate: ...
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In My Jewellery Box: Francesca Grima 23, 2015
I mostly wear Grima jewellery but I do have a few pieces that were given to me by my grandmother, such as this pearl necklace, which was made in about 1910.
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Fine Jewelry Brands Create Bespoke Private Commissions For Their ...

Forbes-Jun. 19, 2015
María Félix commissioned a necklace in gold, yellow diamonds, emeralds and ... of seed pearls, and contributed to popularizing seed pearl jewelry for special ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The reader can see what happens if you suddenly cease in any way to respond to the interlocutor's speech. After a few minutes of his speech, the other person will stop and ask the question in one form or another, and correctly understand it, why no reaction to his words, etc., and this is usually expressed in a negative, even aggressive tone.
Equally the need for a feedback questionnaire applies to millet, a feature of which is that the Respondent is always in the position of a man without feedback, and thus deprived of the opportunity by the reaction of the researcher to control their behavior, in this case the answers. As a result, the Respondent in the course of work on the form appears the lack of confidence in the correctness of the search in finding the answer. He begins to exercise more caution with the answers, he is more likely to have an uncertain situation, a burning desire to ask, to check, to check themselves the correctness of their work, ie, there is an acute need for feedback.
How strong is the desire practice of sociological research and experiments. For example, the majority of respondents turn to anketell questions when filling out the questionnaire. The analysis shows that in these questions, usually expressed respondents ' need for control on the part of adcetera for his actions and whether he does. Correctly noted in the questionnaire answers. So whether encircles with a circle the selected answer, correctly answering a particular question.
This is especially evident during collective questionnaires, i.e. when in the same room together several respondents and each fills out their questionnaire. How would ancester warned them not to consult, they always do, treat each other with questions, for help in fact again only to affirm the correctness of their actions, i.e. satisfy the need for feedback.
The same pattern is observed in the experiment. A number of studies the question was asked: "When filling out the questionnaire You someone had questions about the accuracy of response to individual questions, etc.?"
Received the following answers