Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Montreal Gazette

Dressing Daisy: Fashion Inspired by the Great Gatsby

Montreal Gazette-May 11, 2013
... Martin to create the exquisite diamond and pearl jewelery draping Daisy throughout the film. ... we adore the Daisy pendant ($495) in onyx and sterling silver. ... The women of the 1920's went for understated elegance with ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from The Guardian

Game, set and murder: Miss Fisher's finest 1920s fashion – in pictures

The Guardian-May 8, 2015
Based on Kerry Greenwood's bestselling novels and set in 1920s ... and seeking out the perfect accessories – including a pearl-handled pistol.

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

Britain's 50 best vintage fashion boutiques 21, 2014
It's a cauldron of collectables from the 1930s onwards: think pearl collars, Vivienne ... We love the 1950s winter day dresses and 1920s satin quilted jackets. .... Liz Wilson's online bazaar of globally sourced necklaces, scarves and bracelets.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is a paradoxical statement-the most "modern" for that time period
direction sees the novelty in a clear reference to the past. But it reflects
a valid inclusion in a "data Bank" of symbolism of all ages and all
peoples. Another explanation for this phenomenon may be that the symbolism in
a sense goes to metabromine, generating not just texts, but also
the theory of them, and this kind of "self-description" to a great extent crystallize.
around not only your reality, but also any other.
The symbolists were engaged not only in literature, they were Quite
active and in the theoretical attitude. Accordingly it is changed and formed
the theoretical climate of that era. As a result, creating a favourable in
the semiotic terms of the context. At the same time opening up some excuse
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