Saturday, March 30, 2019

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Week UK

Treasure trove: Magnificent Jewels at Christie's

The Week UK-Nov. 10, 2017
Highlights include an exquisitely detailed pendant (lot 45, estimate $90,069 ... wasps – a recurring motif in Lalique's work – clustered above a suspended pearl.
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Is This the Diamond Necklace Travis Scott Gave Kylie Jenner for Her ... 14, 2017
On Saturday, the custom luxury jewelers posted a picture of a diamond-laden necklace with the caption, “@kyliejenner Happy Birthday from @elliotavianne,” ...
Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from South China Morning Post

Jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas returns to Hong Kong, where ...

South China Morning Post-Feb. 27, 2017
She has transformed them into modern heirlooms such as necklaces or rings. Her Golden Pearls collection highlights rare pearls sourced from a farm in Iloilo, ...

Story image for luxury, pearl necklace from The Business of Fashion

Hemmerle, a Jeweller's Jeweller

The Business of Fashion-Aug. 12, 2017
MUNICH, Germany — In a slow luxury jewellery market, expected to grow at a modest 2.1 percent over the next four years according to Euromonitor ...

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Anonymous said...

Some sociologists absolyutiziruyut rules, we approach them as canons, dogmas, as meaningful in itself. They emphatically require to strictly follow the rules of building questionnaires and formulating questions, as if in itself, the application of the rules leads to obtain reliable information. But it must be remembered that applying a rule, we always have some information, though not necessarily one that meets our goals and objectives. Rules are valuable in themselves, but as a tool for solving specific tasks, obtain the necessary information.
So, examining the group of respondents, negative-minded on the studied event, the phenomenon, the sociologist can construct a question in such a way that it will have a clearly positive direction. All the rules for constructing the questionnaire is strictly forbidden to do it. But what is it? In this case, perhaps it is necessary in order to identify therefore how high the degree of negative attitude to the studied phenomenon.
Or in the case of positive mood, can be caused by the influence of public opinion, conventional standards, the researcher can provoke the Respondent to negative answers, and thereby identify the stability of its positive reaction. It's one thing to respond positively or negatively to a direct question, the other to fight for their opinions, to actively resist the obvious pressure of the researcher.