Monday, April 22, 2019

Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from New York Times

Vivien Leigh's Jewelry on Auction at Sotheby's

New York Times-Sep. 12, 2017
... and diamonds; and a natural pearl and diamond necklace and earrings set. There also is a 1920s wristwatch with a rectangular dial beneath ...
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from The Beijinger (blog)

“When Elegance Meets Art”: Van Cleef & Arpels Throughout the 20th ...

The Beijinger (blog)-Jun. 10, 2018
The 1920s ... The Zip necklace remained the most remarkable innovation within the field of High Jewelry. ... throughout the 1970s, all in gold, or gold and set with brilliants, gold, and hardstones, or gold and mother-of-pearl.
Story image for 1920s pearl necklace from Christie's

Worn by royalty, sold by Christie's

Christie's-Nov. 4, 2016
The purge continued under Stalin in the 1920s. Paintings, gold ... The 'RĂ©gente' pearl set on a coloured diamond necklace. Sold at Christie's ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

an example of this kind submitted to brochure architect
A. V. Rosenberg "philosophy of architecture". There is also one Chapter
gets the name of "General foundations of the theory of organization". The author suggests
to move from analysis of common processes to elementary processes. "Human
processes depending on the extensiveness of coverage of the masses of people can be
of different orders and degrees of difficulty. Gradually dismembering the entire
the activities of mankind on earth, we get a number of more narrow
processes, until we reach the simplest" (Rosenberg, A. B.Philosophy
architecture. -- P., 1923. P. 13). A. Rosenberg distinguishes four different types of
processes: a) independent, b) parallel, C) the subordinate coexisting,
d) subordinates consistent. As the main economic principle he
results in the following pattern: "organization of a process needs
to provide for the least effort" (p.17).