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Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Daily News & Analysis

The rare and the beautiful

Daily News & Analysis-Dec. 11, 2013
The D-shaped diamonds and the Art Deco design make this piece worthy of any ... Diamonds set in 18 K gold necklace, with Tahitian and south sea pearls, with ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Jewelers Circular Keystone Online

Singer Florence Welch Debuts Jewelry Line

Jewelers Circular Keystone Online-Feb. 8, 2013
The six piece capsule collection includes earrings, necklaces, and rings influenced by ... Inspired by Art Deco, the line even includes a cage ring based on the ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Maine Antique Digest

Coping with an Antiques Paradigm Shift

Maine Antique Digest-Sep. 10, 2013
Pictured is the 1 3/8" carved jade and diamond pendant that created one of the most ... In the center of the Art Deco platinum and diamond ring was a large apple ... top lot was a glass Maltese cross with oval and pearl-shaped poured glass in ...
Story image for art deco pearl necklace from Wall Street Journal

Falling for the Flip Side

Wall Street Journal-Mar. 22, 2013
One pair of dangling Deco-style Maiyet earrings is covered on the back in tiny ... "It's a holistic approach to jewelry as a work of art," explained Dr. Amin Jaffer, ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

similar to the many jokes of the Soviet era. There figure
Emperor Franz Joseph of the same type figure of Brezhnev as an object of ridicule for.
Parallel anecdotal history there as in the days of the Soviet
Empire and during the Russian (sometimes even giving rise to a particular island
the absurd type of the reign of Paul). This is understandable, since the Empire lyrics
have reinforced the symbolism, which in turn allows them easily
to beat. For the Soviet reality such anecdotal values
steel Brezhnev, Chapaev, to a lesser extent-Lenin, Khrushchev, Stalin. Ie
heroes last time provide more space for activities, as
the lyrics exalted the same way as in the initial period, and the characters,
they describe a smaller caliber.
Hence the following rule for empires-they cannot create
of a single Language. Imperial tendency to the exaltation of themselves, to
megalomania, doomed the Empire to the product of the dummy codes. They are
supported by the apparatus of repression. They are actively generated by the apparatus
praise. But they live only when they are permanent
supplying "state of energy". The disappearance of the Empire (the force
Assembly of such texts) immediately destroys these texts in their intended
functioning. The texts of the second kind -- the texts of derision --
in a strange way themselves become spokesmen of the era. CP. the role of "the Twelve
chairs" by Ilf and Petrov in the era of pre - and post-Soviet. Or anecdote in
the result may be a certain proof, typical detail