Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from The Narwhal

A Gwich'in artist elevates Indigenous jewelry

The Narwhal-May 28, 2019
Tania Larsson's jewelry has become as much a must-have among ... Vintage hand-cut beads, plucked from a Renaissance-era Venetian back room, adorn it all.
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Booking Time To Read Up On Jewelry

Forbes-May 1, 2019
Four new books will be out in time for spring jewelry reading. .... For the past three years, antique and vintage jewelry enthusiasts have been seeing and using ...
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Auction Alert: 270+ Signed Luxury Jewels and More at Kruse ...

JCK-Aug. 22, 2019
The Los Angeles–based, fifth-generation auctioneer has amassed more than more than 270 lots of luxury goods, largely centered on signed vintage jewelry ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Bloomberg

Shell Jewelry Is This Summer's Hottest Accessory

Bloomberg-May 7, 2019
For many, the peak of puka-shell relevance came and went with David Cassidy in The Partridge Family. For jewelry designer Irene Neuwirth, who grew up near ...

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Pearl Necklace said...

The Culture Of Renaissance
P. Florensky considers an eclectic, contradictory, analytical. At that
same time another word he says about iconography. "Iconography is a
pure distinct type of art, where all one, and substance, and surface
and drawing, and the object and purpose of the whole, and the conditions of its contemplation; this
connectivity all sides of the icon to the organic holistic Church
culture" (Florensky P. A. The iconostasis. - M., 1995. P.137).
What other symbolic parameters, see E. troubetzkoy? For example, he
suggests that lions are the icon of the prophet Daniel among the lions is unlike
real. Why? "In fact, the dissimilarity here is appropriate and allowed
probably not without intent. After all, the subject of the image here and actually
is not that thing which we know; mentioned lions, no doubt
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unknown to us the way of life. To portray him, he can, of course, only
symbolic writing, which in any case should not be a copy
of our reality. The main thrust of this symbolic letter
especially for those icons, where we have a direct
the antithesis of two worlds -- the ancient cosmos, captive, and
myrrh-containing Shrine, where the prisoner finally abolished"
(E. Trubetskoy, the Meaning of life. P. 238).
Calling the icon a feast for the eyes (P. 257), E. Trubetskoy
reveals the symbolism of colors. "The iconographic mysticism -- above all
solar mysticism in the higher, spiritual values