Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from JCK

7 Things You (Probably) Don't Know About Pearls

JCK-Apr. 25, 2016
So when a natural pearl necklace goes on the auction block—and ... This conch pearl, enamel, and diamond bracelet by Cartier, c. late 1920s, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from CafeMom

50 Times We Were Stunned by Kate Middleton's Jewelry

CafeMom-Jan. 29, 2018
The necklace and was given to the Queen on her wedding day. ... Kate knows that no one can go wrong with a simple pearl earring. .... wore the Papyrus/Lotus Flower tiara, which has been in the royal family since the 1920s.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from The Star Online

Assunta alumni to celebrate 60th anniversary in October

The Star Online-Jun. 21, 2018
... Kuala Lumpur, to honour its Diamond Jubilee milestone in a 1920s ... feather boas or long pearl necklaces to complement their ensemble.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Buro 24/7 Singapore (blog)

7 Asian jewellers you shouldn't miss at Jeweluxe Singapore 2018

Buro 24/7 Singapore (blog)-Oct. 1, 2018
... jewellery, Han handpicks exceptional gemstones and pearls with beautiful natural hues, ... Caratell Vestige Creation pendant brooch ... Paying homage to the 1920sArt Deco movement, this jewellery and industrial designer ...


Anonymous said...

Structures can be in a state of gravitational repulsion
indifference. "Insulation appears in the result of the simultaneous presence
two tendencies of repulsion and gravitation, i.e. when some requirements,
requirements for organization of the process, cause the proximity of the two structures
(buildings or rooms), and others-their distance from each other. For
meet both categories of claims remains to place structures in
spatial proximity to each other, but to take measures to isolate them
in accordance with its nature" (p.26).
The main categories of the architectural process is considered
constructability and aesthetics. Aesthetic aspects arise in
the introduction, where it only semiotically says: "the theory of design
architectural structures likened to music theory. There can be no doubt
some regularity in the physical basis of all art -- science
long-established rhythm of sound and light waves and certainly deep
the grounds on which a certain combination is perceived by us as
nice. This regularity in music greatly
studied, and in the field of fine arts has done a lot of research

Anonymous said...

Pitirim Aleksandrovich Sorokin (1899-1968) has lived an interesting life,
started in Russia and ended in America. Interestingly, he was among
as the creators of the Department of sociology at the University of Petrograd, and
Department of sociology at Harvard. Participated in the Interim government
A. F. Kerensky, was expelled from Russia in 1922 with a group of other
well-known scientists, settled eventually in the United States.
Many pages of his "System of sociology" PA Sorokin
devotes conductors symbols (for us this term replaces the sign
only with more emphasis on the communicative side). He built them
classification by physical properties, highlighting the sound, light,
mechanical, thermal, physical, chemical, electrical, and concrete.
Last -- this is, for example, money, family, religion, state
relics. P. A. Sorokin gives many concrete implementations:
"Owner in ancient times, passing a different piece or a handful of earth,
this object signified the transfer of ownership. Ring
exchanged between the bride and groom convey the idea that they are bonded
itself forever. Love by sending his beloved a bouquet of flowers, passes by
their their experiences: love, adoration, worship, etc. the commander of the regiment
sending disgraced the uniform of the regiment the officer a revolver by his
gives him the order to shoot. The keys of the city passed to the winner
defeated, mark the transfer of the city into the power of the first. Banner
regiment, captured by the enemy, symbolizes death and the end of the relevant
the military unit. "The cabin of Peter the Great" is the subject guide,
many connecting visitors with the past and with each other" (Sorokin
P. A. System of sociology. -- PG., 1920. -- T. I. C. 141).

Anonymous said...

Light-color guides he refers not only to writing, not
only paintings, but also many other occasions. "Light-colored conductors
perform in ordinary life and in a thousand other forms, in the form of luminous
lanterns on the masts of ships, by which some people give to others about
that boat floats in the form

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"lighting effects" in the play, intended to be called "light
mood." Light plays a huge symbolically transfer the role to
religious cult (candles, chandeliers, blessing glowing dikirim and
tricherie, precedence candles the exit of the priests, priests, and "religious
relics"); and in people's daily life. At every step we meet with
these conductors:
starting with cards, called "language of flowers", used
adoring "young ladies and young men" for an explanation ("a rose means
passionate love", "Lily -- purity and innocence", etc.), the same conductors
in the form of red banners expressing revolutionary ideas and aspirations, in
the form of national flags in the form of colored lights, tram and train
signaling, in the form of certain colored braids that indicates
the relevant departments in the form of inks, paints and pencils we
making signs, in the form of flowers of different tissues, usually symbolizing something or
other experience (for example, a wedding dress relies on the white-sign
the purity of the bride, the clothing of the black monk -- a sign of his renunciation of the world), etc.
etc." (Ibid.P.133).