Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Omaha World-Herald

Joslyn Art Museum's French jewelry exhibit showcases four centuries ...

Omaha World-Herald-Jun. 2, 2017
In one gallery an ornate gold, ruby and pearl pendant dating to around 1590 ... By the 1920s the flowery swirls that were the hallmark of art ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from

Royal Family Wedding Dresses Throughout History: Photos 19, 2018
Her earrings and necklace were also made of diamonds. ... As a wedding present, Prince Albert gave Alexandra a looped pearl and diamond necklace and ... She married the future King George VI in the 1920s, so it is not ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Royal Central (blog)

Portraits of Russian imperial women: Alix and Ella

Royal Central (blog)-Jun. 27, 2018
... artist Friedrich August von Kaulbach (1860-1920) of Princess Alix of ... a black blouse with a pearl necklace, leaning over the portrait frame in ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from CultureMap Houston

Houston's A-listers glow at lavish and exotic $1.4 million Tiger Ball

CultureMap Houston-Mar. 6, 2019
... Sun in their 1920's mansion; designer handbags by Versace, Valentino, ... Mariquita Masterson, and a necklace boasting 73 pearls honoring ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

In short, the flag, like any symbolic conductor, with frequent
the figuring in the role of the logos, becomes self-sufficient and self-satisfied
fetish. In this role he hypnotizes people in a decisive manner
distorts their psyche. People are ready to die and kill for the flag. And it
is observed not only among savage peoples, but also among modern. Go
for experience in the meeting of the Petrograd Council of Deputies and try anything
not to mention, disrupt the flag and start to break, and you will see
correct said, if you yourself are not torn, you can bet that
you will fall into the hands of "Cheka" and soon these hands will come (maybe
to be, and will not be released)" (Ibid.P. 185-186).
Fetish to the sounds of P. L. Sorokin considers spells
charms and prayers. And immediately adds examples from modern life:
"Vocalizing "down with the king!" - in the past, and now: "down with Soviet
power!" has brought and brings a very grievous punishment up to execution"