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Story image for art deco pearl necklace from ArtfixDaily

ART DECO JEWELLERY MAKES STUNNING COMEBACK THANKS ...

ArtfixDaily-Sep. 28, 2014
ART DECO jewellery has made a stunning comeback thanks to the influence of period ... pieces from the art deco era were worn, for example Sautoir necklaces, clip ... Pearls were also popular in this era given their rarity and the fact that they ...


Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Forbes

392-Carat Sapphire Sells For World Auction Record $17.3 Million

Forbes-Nov. 11, 2014
The gem is suspended on a diamond tassel pendant and attached to a ... price for a creation by JAR; and an Art Deco natural pearl and diamond necklace from ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Forbes

The Marjorie Merriweather Post Cartier Jewelry Collection Opens

Forbes-Jun. 8, 2014
Art Deco themes are well represented but some pieces have far more exotic inspirations. ... A three-strand necklace with Caro Yamaoka natural pearls (1963) is ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from StyleBlueprint

Great Local Places to Buy Jewelry

StyleBlueprint-Nov. 15, 2014
Art Deco 1.02 carat Old European-cut diamond ring set in platinum, $5,950 at ... Victorian Era (circa 1880s) garnet and seed pearl ring set in yellow gold, ... Deco brass pendant, $149; and vintage Walking Liberty half-dollar necklace, $239.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Man Catherine is distinguished by a strange mismatch with the
reality: use of different semiotic codes, and
interpreter between them is missing:
"Russian-educated man was supposed to be in an unnatural
attitude to Russian reality: first of all, he couldn't understand her, he
couldn't even think about her because those things which he usual,
did not fit the phenomena he observed around him. Here
a curious trait of the educated man of Catherine's era: in his head
extraordinary General mass of ideas, but he never speculates, and his mind
overflowing with ready-made notions, why in this case and reflect on them;
without thinking, he does not understand what surrounds it. It's --
curious pathological feature that distinguishes Catherine people"