Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Story image for backdrop necklace from New York Times

The Year of the Snake in a Bejeweled Garden

New York Times-Jan. 28, 2013
The slithering snakes serve as a backdrop to a pavé diamond necklace, spotted with emeralds, and fully articulated to curve around the neck at the breast bone.
Story image for backdrop necklace from Heavy.com

Top 10 Best Personalized Jewelry Ideas

Heavy.com-Mar. 23, 2017
If you're purchasing diamonds online it's important that there is some kind of money back guarantee so you can return the piece of jewelry if you're not happy ...
Story image for backdrop necklace from Heavy.com

21 Best Copper Jewelry Pieces: The Ultimate List

Heavy.com-May 27, 2017
The history of copper jewelry and body adornments goes all the way back to the Pharaohs of Egypt, and perhaps even earlier. In fact, evidence points to the ...
Story image for backdrop necklace from JCK

Inside Lightbox Jewelry's First-Ever Pop-Up Store

JCK-Nov. 29, 2018
This week, Lightbox Jewelry opened its first pop-up store at the Oculus at Westfield ... Using the white marble Oculus as a backdrop “seems to be the right kind of ...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The phenomenon of crossing out a name is very important, it deserves more
a detailed consideration. The political aspect is the flow of meaning from words
"bourgeois" is through the idea of the NATION. In its time it was progressive
the idea, she helped society to get rid of the aristocracy; modern
the bourgeoisie itself, dissolves in the nation, and thus feels entitled to exclude
from it those of its members, whom it declares alien (Communists). This
purposeful syncretism allows the bourgeoisie to enlist the support of
a large number of temporary allies, all intermediate and therefore
"shapeless" social strata. Despite the fact that the word NATION has long been in
the move, it are unable to depositetioners finally; his political
the substrate is quite close to the surface and, under certain
circumstances is totally .unexpectedly: in the Chamber of deputies
presented only "national" party, and nominative syncretism advertise
here is exactly what I was trying to hide: neso according to the name of the entity.
We see, therefore, that the political vocabulary of the bourgeoisie postulates
the existence of a universal entity, for the bourgeoisie, the policy is already
representation, a fragment of ideology.