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Story image for art deco pearl necklace from San Antonio Express

Deck your fingers with cocktail rings

San Antonio Express-Dec. 19, 2012
... adding that women have their diamonds, emeralds and pearls, but they also ... of enormous statement necklaces that have been in style for several seasons. ... that are art deco-inspired, sculpted, floral and incorporating a wider variety of ...

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Recovered Titanic Jewels Go on Display

Jewelers Circular Keystone Online-Nov. 14, 2012
Premier Exhibitions discovered the gems—diamonds, sapphires, pearls, and ... For men, this always included a matching set of cufflinks and collar buttons to ...
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Tiffany & Co. to open Bondi store

Jeweller Magazine-Jul. 23, 2012
In addition, the stainless steel showcases will be trimmed with the Art Deco-inspired fluting detail that embellishes the entrance of the New York store.”
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Rago's December 7th, 8th, 9th Auctions Cheer Holiday Buyers with ...

ArtfixDaily (press release)-Nov. 17, 2012
On December 7, 8 and 9, Rago Arts and Auction Center will hold its annual Great .... clocks, a black forest cuckoo clock, a brass carriage clock, an art deco mantle clock, ... Classic gold jewelry includes 1222, a necklace; 1271, a bracelet; and lot ... platinum diamond charms; lot 1331, natural pearls; lot 1335, a Cartier crystal ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the background of semiotics in Russia 82
Today it is difficult to recover the plan of the book "Theory
the integral of the poetics of" the possible development of the text. In another work
Gumilev's theory divides poetry into four sections: phonetics, stylistics,
composition and apologia (p. 26). On the last section reads as follows:
"Apologia sums up the themes of poetry and possible relations to these
the themes of the poet" (p.27).
In the text entitled "a Sketch of the beginning of the report, 1914" (and this type
communication as performance and the report was quite significant at that time),
N. Gumilev delineates approaches to the language of the symbolists and futurists.
The symbolists, in his opinion, based on the musical possibilities of the word, in fact
as futurists -- the psychological.
About the symbolists, he says the following: "the Symbolists used all
musical possibilities of the word, revealed as one and the same word in different
the sound combinations are so different, but to prove that it is different and there is a genuine
the meaning of the word, and not one of its features failed. (...) In them
the poems lack a coherent mix of plans front and
rear; with overly-developed metaphors, HyperMemory, I would say,
people with exceptional ease is replaced by the star, the star of some
the idea, etc." (P. 220).
Futurist describes in-depth attention to form -- the ugly
the possibilities of the form, writes N. Gumilev. "They keenly observed that
we quite like the fact that every combination of syllables mean anything, and
on this he built a number of interesting tricks on which to think
working in experimental psychology. Like a stick in the anthill, they
they pushed into our consciousness quite new, meaningless words, or
old word, randomly changing, or, finally, the old word in an entirely
illogical relationships with other people. And, like ants in an anthill dug our
thoughts strive to somehow be aware of this novelty, some
content to fill this void"