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Story image for art deco pearl necklace from ArtfixDaily

Rare & Vintage Gems Shine at Freeman's November 2 Jewelry ...

ArtfixDaily-Nov. 6, 2015
A plique-√†-jour enamel, conch pearl, diamond, platinum and eighteen karat gold ... and a rare amethyst and diamond necklace by jewelry artist Jean Vendome ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Jewellery Focus

Margaret Thatcher's jewellery to be auctioned by Christie's

Jewellery Focus-Nov. 5, 2015
... an Art Deco emerald and diamond necklace by Chaumet, which is estimated to ... The sale also includes a two-row cultured pearl necklace, composed of 66 ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Internet Stones. COM Media

Sunrise Ruby Outperforms Diamond Lots at Sotheby's Geneva May 12 ...

Internet Stones. COM Media-May 13, 2015
498 was titled a “Natural Pearl and Diamond Necklace by Cartier. .... estimate of USD316,780 – 531,546 was placed on this tiara from the Art Deco period, which ...
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Rounding Out Round Top

Houstonia Magazine-Apr. 3, 2015
... a man peddling some original illustrations of roaring 20s art deco fashion, and countless display cases filled to the brim with antique pearls, polished silver, and ... of the day by picking up a great monocle repurposed as a pendant necklace, ...

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Anonymous said...

trying to answer the question of why Western
the effect becomes so significant in the seventeenth century, being irrelevant in the age of
XVI. "It's hard to say why there was this difference in the course of events between the XVI
and XVII centuries, which is why before we did not notice its backwardness and could not
to repeat the creative experiences of their close ancestors:
Russian people of the XVII century is that it has weaker nerves and poorer
spiritual forces in comparison with their grandfathers, people of the XVI century, or
religious and moral self-confidence of the fathers undermined the spiritual energy
children. Very likely, the difference comes from the fact that changing our
the attitude of the Western world" (V. Klyuchevsky , the Course of Russian
history. Part III. M., 1912. P. 332).
The General conclusion is that it: "Western feeling came from the sense of national
impotence, and the source of this feeling was more obvious in skryvatsya
wars, diplomatic relations, in exchange of the paucity of their own
material and spiritual means before in Western Europe, which led to
consciousness of their backwardness" (ibid. P. 333). This is also evidenced by
P. Milyukov. stressing that the impact was a material, not ideological
character. "Before I started the influence of Western ideas in Russian life
affected by the impact of life, the influence of the situation of higher culture, and then
(or rather next to it) and the influence of the European application, technical
of knowledge" (Milyukov P. essays on the history of Russian culture.