Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from Los Angeles Times

From rugs to aged Levis, shop for must-have vintage items at ...

Los Angeles Times-Sep. 26, 2019
On a recent visit, rugs, baskets and colorful quilts were on display inside antique cabinets flanked by weavings, thrift store paintings and silver jewelry from the ...
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8 Online Shops Where You'll Find One-Of-A-Kind Vintage ...

Fashionista (blog)-Jun. 7, 2019
Thankfully, there's a new wave of online vintage shops — many of which were ... which sells a curated selection of vintage jewelry and embroidered dresses.
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Jewelry theft from Lambo

Castanet.net-Oct. 8, 2019
The reality television star and wife of rapper T.I. says more than $750,000 in jewelry was stolen from her Lamborghini outside an Atlanta bar. Tameka "Tiny" ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Hollywood Reporter

All the Details on Summer's Most Dazzling Hollywood ...

Hollywood Reporter-Jul. 29, 2019
Oval-cut diamonds, yellow gold and antique influences are trending details, say jewelry experts, who weigh in on the rings of Rooney Mara, Julia Garner, ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Jette, when, in order to reach the goal, the hero has
feed the bird's own body (P. 402).
In this work, very detailed and expanded analysis of the image of "the fool" as
type of hero. It's all very interesting problem is the glorification of the type
non-normalized behavior. E. Trubetskoy writes: "the figure of the fool,
which is visible bezrassudno combines the prophetic way is one
of the most interesting paradoxes of the tale, though not one of the Russian tales, for
the image of a prophetic madman or a fool enjoys worldwide distribution:
"sacred madness" known in classical antiquity. The mystery of this
the paradox of all peoples is one and the same: it is rooted in opposites
between genuine, i.e. magical wisdom and everyday common
meaning: the first represents a complete overthrow and shame
last. The image of "the fool" like a challenge to common sense" (P. 415).
Interestingly, this set is fundamentally negative characteristics. In
another place E. Trubetskoy notice that the "poor, destitute and
a fool takes in the tales of all peoples, a prominent and honored place" (p.389).
This supports the observation that "happiness in the tale consistently
accompanied by the lazy and the thief, an extreme expression of the apotheosis of laziness is the tale of
Emel-the fool. He spends time lying on the stove, and every proposal
finger to turn for some things invariably replied: "I am lazy"
(P. 393).