Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Wall Street Journal

A Trove Both Precious and Powerful

Wall Street Journal-Dec. 23, 2014
... of jade, all inlaid with combinations of rubies, emeralds, pearls and diamonds. ... much to art deco as it does to an Indian necklace style known as guluband.
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Forbes

Royal Jewels And 'A Bulgari Masterpiece' Highlight Christie's Geneva ...

Forbes-Nov. 4, 2014
The gem is suspended on a diamond tassel pendant and attached to a ... an ArtDeco diamond necklace, suspended with two natural pearls, measuring 16mm ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Forbes

101-Carat Diamond Sells for Nearly $5 Million at Christie's

Forbes-Oct. 23, 2014
The diamond, worn as a necklace, is suspended by a black silk cord with ... for natural pearls and special jeweled objects such as the Art Deco fish bowl clock, ...
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How to plan a Roaring '20s-themed wedding 1, 2014
The cream-colored, bias-cut gown featured an Art Deco motif along the ... Source dresses on Ebay, where silk, pearl and lace-trimmed originals go for as low ... You could scrounge flea markets for inexpensive brooches and necklaces to trim ...


Anonymous said...

wanted to regulate or to arrange a relationship that is not available
of the Supreme power. In the hands of Catherine, the authorities received a different physiognomy; possessing
it in a wide size, it is as if it was a little livestyles like
tried to justify it, but said her activities of such soft forms,
what the Supreme power had we until now" (KlyuchevskiiCourse
Russian history. H V. M., 1937. P.205).
For the modern reader of the above sounds like a comparative
characterization, for example, the reign of Stalin and Gorbachev.
With Catherine V. Klyuchevsky connects the emergence of a new type
nobleman (philosopher, Mason, of voltairiens). And since this "hero"
acts as, which will continue to shape public
opinion, it is also a purely semiotic type. "On this latter point and
the prevailing type, which is in continuation of several generations led
Russian society, given the tone of his notions and tastes; we will call this type
netloadin nobleman-a liberal"

Anonymous said...

strongly under foreign influence, including its educational
structures V. Klyuchevsky enumerates the following set: a rural Sexton,
French-tutor (by the way, this is also an interesting semiotic type, even
requires a deeper study), Italian theater, French
The result is a very characteristic Russian phenomenon: with
the owner of Voltaire in his hands somewhere in Tula village, "he presented a very
a strange phenomenon; they learned manners, tastes, habits, concepts, and sympathy,
the language-everything about him was alien, imported, and home he never had
organic connection with others, no serious worldly Affairs"
(Ibid. P. 213). This "multilingual environment" undoubtedly favorable
for semiotic diversity.
General characteristics of V. Klyuchevsky all the time stresses these
"Ino" -binding of this type: "no ideas, no practical interests are not
tied him to home; he's always tried to be his among strangers and
just become a stranger among his own, was somehow adopted by Europe. In
Europe saw in him a disguised European-Tatar, and in the eyes of their he
it seemed the Russian-born Frenchman. In this position of public
Megumi, historical irrelevance has been, if anything, a lot of tragic...