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Story image for art deco pearl necklace from BLOUIN ARTINFO

250 Best Auction Houses Worldwide: Eastern & Western Europe

BLOUIN ARTINFO-Sep. 22, 2015
SPECIALTIES: Automobilia, Asian art, contemporary art, Art Deco, books, furniture, jewelry, ... A necklace of 58 pearls with a diamond clasp, $387,000 (est.
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Oscar Fashion 2015: Come See Who Made Our Best-Dressed List

Glamour-Feb. 24, 2015
She's wearing diamond art deco earrings and a ring by Fred Leighton; her shoes ... Holy pearls! ... A serious statement necklace that adds a bold pop of color.
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Christie's New York Announces Magnificent Winter Jewelry Sales

Robb Report-Dec. 2, 2015
Natural pearls formed part of every royal and state collection for centuries and ... The Magnificent Jewels auction provides beautiful examples of necklaces from Cartier ... A top lot from the selection includes an iconic art deco coral bracelet by ...
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Battle of the bling! As Kate's Lotus Flower steals the show at the state ...

Daily Mail-Oct. 22, 2015
The Queen has worn it three ways - with pendant emeralds, pearls and without ..... BEST OF THE REST: Queen Paola's Art Deco Queen Elisabeth Diamond ...

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Anonymous said...

searching for a more universal laws
create a language who have received his name "universal alphabet". It
says: "If it turned out that the laws of simple bodies of the alphabet is the same for
family of languages, for all this family of Nations to build a new
world language-the train with the mirrors of the words new York -- Moscow. If you have two
the next valley with a wall of mountains between them, the traveler can either blow up this ridge
mountains, or to start a long roundabout way. Words have a language explosion
silence, deaf and mute layers of language" (ibid.S. 624).
As universal prerequisites Khlebnikov
offers two following:
"1. The first consonant of the simple word manages all of the word --
orders to the rest.