Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

From Lalique to Fouquet: inside Christie's £2.5 million sale of museum ... 6, 2017
The design is typical of the Art Deco period - Cartier made similar ones and you see the shape a lot in jewellery from the 1920s and 30s.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Moneywise Magazine

The do's and don'ts of jewellery investing

Moneywise Magazine-Oct. 12, 2016
Jewellery is also extremely portable, and gold rings, necklaces and ... Until the 1920s, when affordable cultured pearls came in, it could take ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

TEFAF Maastricht preview: my haute joaillerie highlights

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Mar. 3, 2017
The necklace could also be worn over the forehead – quite a party statement. .... But for sheer scale of fabulousness, a 1920s Bonsai tree and vase ... for sale a charming Castellani gold, natural pearl and diamond necklace, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Blouinartinfo


Internet Stones. COM Media-May 24, 2018
The rear half of the necklace is composed of links set with round brilliant-cut ... LOT 322 – PAIR OF CULTURED PEARL, COLORED DIAMOND AND ..... NECKLACEAND PAIR OF EARRINGS, RAVASCO, 1920S – with an ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

unity died by the death of the tram; how many books and Newspapers
interactions died due to the fact that no paper, nothing to print, and
if there is anything, it is not allowed to print. In short-the flow of human
interaction in all forms dries within Russia. If the process
drying will go on and on -- the savagery of people will not be a surprise"
(Ibid.S. 354).
Thus, we see that two main parameters studied
P. A. Sorokin, -- symbolic conduits and collective unity --
are Central to semiotics. And therefore the human mind
during this period, inevitably bumps into units necessary for
the emergence of semiotics as a science.
1.3.3 N.D. Kondratyev
The problem is , the collective unity occurs in other works of that
period as a new perspective, a new paradigm. We can mention here
N. D.Kondratyev and V. M. Bekhterev.
Nikolai Dmitrievich Kondratiev (1892-1938) was a comrade
P. A. Sorokin, even stayed with him in America until his death from us. It
attaches particular importance to communications, believing that "the more perfect these
means, the more intense can be the social relationship of physically separated
the people, the more it can stretch the boundaries of a single real set -
society" (Kondratyev N. D. The main problems of economic statics and
dynamics. A preliminary sketch. -- Moscow, 1991. P. 52). Writes about ideas that
"becoming collective, the idea of completely losing touch with the person (or persons),
for the first time has entered it. In this case, we will have the manifestation of the law
depersonalization fully" (ibid. P. 57). Similar to
P. A. Sorokin analyzes fetishism: "people start to think that
things have a special supernatural properties, to be a value,
find the market, to possess the prerogatives of Holiness, the greatness, the source of law and
etc. in other words, people start to attribute things not physically inherent in them
significant properties like savages attributed properties
omnipotent deity idols" (ibid.P.67).