Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

Inside the Chaumet archive: CEO Jean Marc Mansvelt on why the ... 17, 2017
... hero piece of the whole collection: a large necklace with detachable ... from the archives come a selection of pearls: a tiara from the 1920s, ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from People Magazine

Kris Jenner Sparkles at Great Gatsby 60th Birthday Bash – See Her ...

People Magazine-Nov. 6, 2015
... the others with a diamond headpiece by Lorraine Schwartz (who also made her strings of pearl and diamond necklaces) and short black bob.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Wall Street Journal

Blue and Green: An Art Deco Favorite for the Likes of Cartier

Wall Street Journal-Dec. 6, 2016
The wonderful drop-waisted cocktail dresses of the 1920s and '30s were ... diamonds, sapphire cabochons, one natural pearl, turquoise cabochons, and nine ... When Cartier produced a necklace with an engraved 105-carat ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from BBC History Magazine (blog)

Lonely hearts and holiday flings: a brief history of dating

BBC History Magazine (blog)-Feb. 13, 2017
... with pearl necklaces draped lasciviously in their dĂ©colletage, while ... from the 1920s 'turkey trot' to the 1990s acid house rave scene, the ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Possible and fetishization of people. Not only the "infallibility of the Pope", not
only the cult of the emperors. P. A. Sorokin was quoted by his newspaper for
1919: "Here is what we read about the arrival of Lenin in Petrograd.
"The chief of chiefs, the spiritual father and the founder of the Third effective
International -- among us, Comrade Lenin! Who can safely say
the name? Some tremble in impotent rage and hatred. Other in the infinite
love and devotion," etc. Should read many of the Communist
greetings to the leaders -- Lenin, Trotsky, Zinoviev, -- to see firsthand
how is our eyes fetishization of human beings as the most extreme
socialists" (Ibid.P.192).
Another important basic unit, which believes in the Foundation
his sociology of P. A. Sorokin, are a collective unity.
Often they are formed out of the will of the participants. For example, the offender and justice.
Or "hateful" to each other, the bride and groom unite in marriage
the will of the parents, can serve as an example of undesirable, long
the "society". Connection in a cell of a member of the Union of the Russian people and
socialist, deemed "counterrevolutionary", the connection nowadays is a very