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Special Events Names Gala Award Winners at The Special Event 2014

Special Events-Jan. 10, 2014
... at the ends and wrapped with crystal pendant drops to symbolize the men's union. .... Rolls-Royce, flappers dancing, art deco decor and some 50,000 daffodils. ... five massive multi-tier crystal chandeliers, pearl necklaces as napkin rings, ...
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ArtfixDaily-Dec. 22, 2014
“The Newark Museum was one of the first to acquire an oil painting by Ernest Lawson (1910), the first to exhibit folk art (1930), and the first to give a one-man ...
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Highlights of Sotheby's Geneva Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels ...

Internet Stones. COM Media-Oct. 23, 2014
Lot 431 – Queen Josephine's Pearl Necklace – A magnificent natural pearl and .... by an exquisite collection of Art Deco jewels, objects and clocks by Cartier, ...
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From flowers to full-on bling, bridal style is all in the accents 22, 2014
Think crystals and pearls, drop earrings and long necklaces in the true ... Olivia will please a bride whose taste for art deco sparkle rivals that of Daisy Buchanan.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Russia is moving constantly in a situation of self-determination, torn
desire to be in Europe and leave in the shade its Asian component. But
certain "strategic gap" of Europe, makes it impossible
to realize this desire. If the nineteenth century, it was "war"
Slavophiles and Westerners, then came the making of the essence of this
contradictions in the concept of Eurasianism. The peculiarity of the civilization
paradigms in this situation well with the following statement by P. Bitsilli:
"The lack of spatial and moral partitions between individual
peoples and tribes of the Eurasian Empire, and because of this enormous
the richness of the intermediate shades is an exceptionally complicated
the national problem in Eurasia" (Bitsilli P. Two faces
Eurasianism // Bitsilli P. Selected works on Philology. M., 1996. P.37).
L. Bitsilli speaks of the difficulty of distinguishing between "core" and
the periphery in the Russian Empire. But at the heart of Eurasianism lies in
great extent the semiotic base (as, incidentally, the basis
Slavophilism): "its Central idea is the idea of Russia --
Empire of Russia-Eurasia as, if not implemented, then the "preset"
Culture-Identity, the idea of unity, political and cultural