Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Women's Voices for Change

Favorite Fall Indulgences: Brenda Coffee, Founder/CEO of ...

Women's Voices for Change-Nov. 19, 2015
... double strand gray pearl necklace with gray glass centerpiece set in silver. ... the corner of Lexington and 65th that sells vintage Chanel and Art Deco jewelry.
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from (blog)

Bijoux, Bijoux: Fall 2015 Jewelry Report (blog)-May 14, 2015
The necklace, earring, ring, bracelet and broach story for Fall 2015 has its surprises, twists and turns—from the return of the pearl to the embrace of fringe on just about ... The high drama and deco that defined the 1980s downtown art scene in ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Irish Times

Margaret Thatcher's 'free market' triumphs at auction

Irish Times-Dec. 18, 2015
Among the jewellery, an Art Deco emerald and diamond necklace by ... sold for £50,000 (estimate £3,000-£5,000); a three-row natural pearl necklace, £32,500.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

about a certain protective reaction, when the people were hiding in more
the serene world from the outside world troubles.
Myron Petrovsky as the defining features of the cabaret calls
not "estratest", and a completely different setting. "The main and infinitely
seductive show here were poets, writers, artists, actors and so
further-outside of their professional role, in her role as domestic, permanent and
full visitors cabaret, patrons with the owner's status, collecting
urban Bohemia. It was their institution, they were here own. Cabaret
lasted for a continuous nightly show called cabaret"
(Petrovsky M. Vanity fair, or that there's cabaret // "Moscow
the spectator", 1992, No 2. P. 14). In this case we are talking about a specific
"cultural broth", which, of course, was born as new texts, and
a new semiotic language.
Based on the foregoing, we can conclude the fundamental step forward
in the practical and theoretical realization of semiotic ideas in the framework
theatre arts, formal literary criticism in this respect really
it was already the second step, it was just more designed as a single
the direction of a single school. The theatre was interesting from the point of view
semiotics of the object, probably, in the following several reasons:
-- for the theatre is typical of semiotic multilinguality, it is much more
complex object than a purely literary text;
- the theater in this period was the leader of the attention of the public and, as
a consequence, his creation was brought a young creative force, which
managed the establishment of the theatre of several other semiotic languages;
- the theatre communication. It consists of a number of interrelated
communicative processes: the Director-actor, filmmaker-artist, actor --
the viewer, etc.;