Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Connecticut Magazine

From Work to a Workout: The Trend in Jewelry is Pieces You Can ...

Connecticut Magazine-Feb. 20, 2019
... from classic looks — think: pearls and heirloom jewelry — to fashionistas ... it's a piece from the 1920s or something we made six months ago, there is a ... This diamond platinum heart pendant necklace features 97 round, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Christie's

Beyond the Brotherhood: female artists of the Victorian era

Christie's-Jun. 26, 2018
... 1874 Portrait of Mary Emma Jones, Bust-Length, Wearing a Pearl Necklace, ... recognised that her favoured style had run its course by the end of the 1920s.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from (blog)

Up For Auction: Amelia Earhart's Personalized Brooch (blog)-Oct. 13, 2016
According to Christie's International Jewelry Specialist Daphne Lingon, Cartier's designs during the 1920s and '30s were "characterized by ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Semiotic significance are the elements of process change: increase,
discernment and separation. Increase
-- a quantitative change. The distinction is a qualitative
change. "The increase and discernment may not be accompanied by
changing the schema of the organization or its environment but can call
such, the result can be two faces of the same or different
character or two units of mass with a different character or situation
will require a change in the sense of creating more complicated then such a phenomenon, we
we call the separation" (P. 19). Respectively represents
common interest and the definition of architectural structures as "artificially
created environment of every process, into the mass of of which are live
people" (p.21).
A. Rosenberg building an interesting comparison of the processes and
the corresponding classes of structures (p. 24-25)