Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from JCK

Effy's New Geo Geometric Jewelry Collection in Gold

JCK-Aug. 26, 2015
Effy takes inspiration from the angular designs of the Art Deco period and some 1970s motifs in its new Geo collection. The New York City–based manufacturer ...

H1912, New Hamilton Jewelers Boutique, Offers Quality Selection of ...

Town Topics-Nov. 18, 2015
Signed pieces, Victorian pieces, and Art Deco and Art Nouveau are all represented. ... Whether a customer is looking for a strand of pearls with matching earrings, ... Chanel gold tone pendant, signed Cartier 18k gold Figaro necklace, and 14k ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Haute Time

Jacob & Co Holds Magnificent Gala In Monaco

Haute Time-Aug. 13, 2015
... the exhibition brought together an inestimable collection of Art Déco and Red Carpet ... The sunflower necklace, the diamond collar, the stupefying Paraiba tourmaline ... Made in white gold and set with mother of pearl and diamonds, it is ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Slate Magazine

Charm Offensive

Slate Magazine-Mar. 23, 2015
Long pearl necklaces were knotted and windmilled. Chiffon hankies dangled from bangles. Heads were jauntily angled in imitation of art-deco flapper figurines.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The words that started the same consonant are combined in one and the same
and as if flying from different sides of one and the same point of reason"
Khlebnikov offers results similar reasoning,
he found regularities wonderfully executed. So, highlighting
such words with "l" as "boat", "ski", "boat", "palm", "paw", "sheet",
"mug", "blade", "petal", "fins", "ray" etc., he defines "l" as
"reducing the force at each point, caused by the growth of the field of its application.
The falling body stops relying on a large surface"
(Ibid.S. 629).
Khlebnikov painting in this way 19 the sound of his
universal alphabet. Thus, he performs planned for yourself
the task, which was formulated in the following way: "to Break the siege of their languages
secrets. The word is not for everyday usage, and for the words" (There
same. S. 605). Or elsewhere: "Separated from the everyday language, samovitogo
the word is as different from the living, as the rotation of the earth around the sun
differs from domestic rotation of the sun around the earth. Samovitogo word
gets rid of the ghosts in this domestic situation and, on change is self-evident
lies, builds a starry twilight" (ibid.S. 624).