Friday, August 9, 2019

Story image for bridal jewelry from FinSMEs
FinSMEs Raises $140 Million Growth Equity Investment from ...

Business Wire (press release)-Apr. 6, 2017
“We are very excited to be investing in to help them offer not only incredible value in bridal jewelry, but to become the jeweler for life for savvy ...
Story image for bridal jewelry from San Francisco Chronicle

Bridget King jewelry: Dazzling twist on tradition

San Francisco Chronicle-Jun. 1, 2017
When it comes to jewelry for brides and bridal parties, her philosophy is simple: “You don't want to look back in 20 years at your wedding photos and say, 'What ...
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Can Old-School Fine Jewelry Brands Woo Fickle Millennials?

Fashionista (blog)-Dec. 15, 2017
And with increased competition from fashion brands and newer jewelry ... for jewellers as bridal and other relationship milestone-related jewellery," it notes.
Story image for bridal jewelry from New York Times

Jewelry Gets Ready to Party

New York Times-Sep. 12, 2017
“Minimalism has been a trend for so long in fine jewelry, I think it's time for big, fun statement pieces to come .... Demure bridal diamonds and pearls it was not.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Now it's time to give one or two examples of mythical speech. First
the example I will borrow from Valerie [4]: imagine that I am a disciple of the fifth
class French school, I open Latin grammar and read it
the phrase, taken from the fables of Aesop or Phaedrus: quia ego nominor leo. I lay
book and think the phrase has some ambiguity. One
hand, the meaning of the words is perfectly clear: BECAUSE I am CALLED LION. On the other
hand, this phrase is given here explicitly in order to let me know
something else altogether, turning to me, the pupil of the fifth class, it is clear
tells me I am an example that should illustrate the rule
harmonization of predicate with subject. Even have to admit that this
the phrase does not have in order to give me its meaning, it is very little
concerned to tell me something about the lion, about his name; it
true the final value is to attract my attention to
a certain type of coordination. From this I conclude that in front of me
special built-semiological system that goes beyond language: it
meaning itself is formed by a plurality of marks, and is itself
the primary semiological system (I am a LION). The rest
the formal scheme is constructed in the usual way: there is a signified (I AM an EXAMPLE
The RULES of GRAMMAR) and has a global value that represents
the result of the correlation of the signifier and the signified; for neither the naming
animal a lion or an example of grammatical rule is not given to me by