Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from The Straits Times

$30-million pink diamond and other fine jewellery to be showcased at ...

The Straits Times-Oct. 14, 2014
Dubbed the biggest and widest collection, the fair will see fine jewellery from all over the world, ranging from diamonds, gold, silver, pearls, platinum jewellery, ...

Designers line up for Masters of Modern Jewellery

Professional Jeweller-Oct. 6, 2014
... has been created with a similar ethos, presenting jewellery from the Art Deco ... of 85 diamonds, sitting alongside an Argentinian gold and diamond necklace.
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Daily News & Analysis

A rendezvous with magnificence

Daily News & Analysis-Apr. 21, 2014
This majestic bridal necklace set is reminiscent of an era gone by. ... south sea pearls and round brilliant diamonds, offset by a matching pair of earrings ... lines and a geometric pattern, this bold cuff takes its inspiration from the Art Deco era.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the background of semiotics in Russia 70
stnoy civilization. "All the age-old rule of Rome and the spread
Roman civilization resulted in only suppressing germs
the original development" (P. 97). As a more General civilizational rule
N. Danilevsky formulates as follows: "civilization is not passed (in
the one true and fruitful sense of the word) from the people one
cultural type to the other peoples" (P. 125). As examples of such
the negative influences he cites Catholicism in Poland, accepted the "most
caricatured look" unlike Spain. "The German aristocracy and
chivalry, by a twist of Slavic democracy, made the nobility" (P. 126).
Hence his sharp rejection of Western borrowing options
in Russia. One of the chapters of the book therefore is called "Europenizare --
the sickness of Russian life". Peter, in this view, loved and hated Russia,
therefore, the "Russian life was turned in a foreign way" (p. 266). Model
this borrowing came from the upper layers to the lower, from the appearance -- to
"the failure of feelings and thoughts."
N. Danilevsky see these three options, which proceeded
1. Replacement forms of life;
2. Borrowing from foreign institutions ("the thought of a good one
the place should be and all is well" -- p. 267);
3. Look at the internal and external issues from the point of view of Western.
Latest clean only semiotically interprets it as "rassmatrivaya them
European glasses, polarized under the European inclination angle, and
often the fact that should we appear surrounded by the rays of the
brilliant light, perfect darkness and darkness and Vice versa"
(P. 268).