Sunday, April 21, 2019

Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Financial Times

Jewellery: minimal and modern

Financial Times-Mar. 20, 2015
Now, fine jewellery, too, like so many areas of contemporary fashion, art and design, ... Her latest collection showcased simple stud earrings, drop pearls and teeny ... Cartier, for example, continues to reinterpret its art-deco heritage with its ... on rings and necklaces in yellow gold or burnished silver (prices on request).

Seaside town celebrates Agatha Christie vintage-style

Muscat Daily-Sep. 19, 2015
... tails and the women are in pearl necklaces and satin or lace dresses, gathering in the evenings to dance to piano tunes or drink cocktails in Art Deco hotels.
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from The Jewellery Editor (blog)

Bonhams sets three new world records

The Jewellery Editor (blog)-Dec. 27, 2015
Set with a 3.83ct Burmese ruby, the necklace dates back to the Belle Époque era and ... a lot of interest during the three-hour sale, with an Art Deco diamond brooch, ... the market is strong for coloured gemstones, signed jewellery and pearls.
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from The Australian Financial Review

Louis Vuitton's 2015 high jewellery launch escapes to Capri

The Australian Financial Review-Aug. 26, 2015
Where 2014's high jewellery collection was inspired by the art deco ... The V is still there, but softer, augmented by beaded tassels, pearls and diamonds. ... The necklace in which that whopping tourmaline was set sold to a couple from the ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

We can identify another component that contributed
the formation of semiotic thinking. It Is The State.For
Russia, it was sufficiently serious setting that is constantly
struggled with his natural environment, giving it a particular consistency.
Very often, this consistency was of a "foreign language", and thus possessed
significant intemationally. Russia constantly accepts and rejects it
foreign influence. We list only the most memorable. Window to Europe Peter.
Attention to Catholicism Chaadaev and Solovyov. French the language of Pushkin and
Tolstoy. Slavophiles and Westerners. Accordingly, the characteristic of Russia
the constant forming and reforming of the State. The significance of the state
stresses and P. Milyukov, saying: "in Russia the state had
huge impact on social organization, while the West
social organization led to a system of government" (Milyukov
P. essays on the history of Russian culture. Part 1. SPb., 1904. P. 132-133). It
explains is purely economic: "It is elementary as
economic "Foundation" called - in Russia hypertrophy
state add-ons and has resulted in strong feedback effects that
add-on the "Foundation" (ibid.). Accordingly, this
the role of the state was evident in all quasi-independent structures.
For example, in the case of the aristocracy. Miliukov finds clear differences
the Russian aristocracy from the European: "the European aristocracy in the basis
your notions about the nobility class of honor had put the idea of the noble
equality of persta. In Moscow serving "honor" was measured by a sovereign's
salary, different for all, and instead the concept of persta supporting
corporate spirit and created the integrity of the Western aristocracy, --
developed a sort of system of localism"