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Jewels that Rocked the Red Carpet: Oscars 2015

ArtfixDaily-Feb. 23, 2015
Diamonds in hanging pendant earrings, antique ear pendants, and ... ( and Dakota Johnson evoke wonderful art deco style memories. ... a natural lean toward the classic diamond and pearl jewellery - not particular large ...
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Is your jewellery part of £60m antique haul hidden in British homes? 3, 2015
In one case, a Cartier art deco brooch bequeathed to a young girl by her ... natural pearl and cultured pearl necklaces can be that one is in the hundreds of ...
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Bonhams Offers Art Jewelry by Legendary Designers from Cartier to ...

ArtfixDaily-Mar. 23, 2015
One of the lots, a retro twist necklace by Coco Chanel, set with oval citrine ... A small art deco laque burgautĂ© and coral box, circa 1925, features lacquer panels ... of tinted mother-of-pearl, often engraved and combined with gold and silver foil.
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New Angles on a Perennial Favorite

Wall Street Journal-Mar. 19, 2015
ART DECO IS to jewelry what the little black dress is to fashion,” says ... Moreover, I have started to add big beautiful South Sea pearls into my designs.” And for ...

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Anonymous said...

Cabaret attracted by the fact that the audience was transferred to a new
the semiotic condition of the uninitiated, she became dedicated
close, distant in this respect from the rest of the majority.
M. M. Bonch-Tomashevsky posted by: "Improvisation for the first time allowed the public
behind the scenes of creativity, giving her the opportunity to be present at the birth
artistic works" (Bonch-Tomashevsky MM. Theatre of parody and
faces (Cabaret) // Mask. -- 1912-1913. - No 5. P.25).
Cabaret "the Bat" is also practically engaged in the creation of various
semiotic languages, as was characteristic of her mimicking those
or other theatrical styles of various theatrical celebrities. "All
the sisters on the earring, the Art theatre and some of his then
Hobbies and misconceptions -- the most. The viewer from the side, not
privy to the whole story, things would have seemed strange, and
not funny. But then such viewers under the arches of the Mouse almost was not.
But everything is understood perfectly, with a distant hint. It was enough for one
deftly imitated the tone of one aptly picked up by the gesture -- and every
in the "Mouse" no comment knew it -- Konstantin Sergeyevich, that's --
Vladimir Ivanovich, Aleksandr Ivanovich of the competing theatre, etc."
(Efros N. Uh. Theatre "The Bat" N.F.Balieva. P. 25-26).
Modern researchers call this another characteristic of the cabaret.
"Of course, "stray dog" was not a "ivory tower" (from the
the beginning of the idea of "basement" was like a defiantly opposed
administi any "towers", including, one might think, and the "Tower" is real life.
Smith) and the element of democratic art inevitably broke under the arches
the basement, as it often happens when the conscious resurrection of the ancient
the carnival tradition, but it is obvious that a peaceful and is generally comfortable
(despite a number of conflicts, quarrels, disappointments) routine in the
"Stray dog" was in sharp contrast to those historical tests
which befell the country in the ensuing years" (Parnas,A. E.,
Timenchik, R. D. Program "Stray dog" // Monuments of culture. New
open. 1983. L., 1985. P. 175).