Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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Gift and home decor shop loses its bistro and relocates in ...

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The showroom is filled with other items ranging from vintage to modern, such ... a patron wouldn't think to find, such as hair scrunchies and handmade jewelry.
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Cedar Point history fetches high bids and interest at auction

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So the vintage piece he paid $1,600 for will be placed in a special spot inside of his Reichert's antiques, fine arts and jewelry store he owns in Swanton west of ...
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Boddewyn Gaynor Architects designs/expands Metropolitan ...

New York Real Estate Journal Online-22 hours ago
... from Europe and Asia, such as vintage Rene Lalique glass, Faberge eggs as well as a full line of jewelry including diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires.
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Across The Block

Antiques and the Arts Online-17 hours ago
Vintage Cheesecake Stands Out AtCopake Auction ... With more than 400 lots, this sale featured estate jewelry, fine art, furniture, silver and more from various ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In principle, these formulations sound like certain laws of development
culture, and they clearly have a right to exist, since all this
occurs in a situation of collision of two types of crops. Another
pattern, they note, is the opposite character:
"culture seeks constantly to expand and go beyond the basic
cultural and historical organizations. This expansion is breakthroughs
shocks, and then continuous molecular absorption" (There. same.
P. 250). Bogoras-Tan also stops at a paradoxical phenomenon
victory culture, with the simultaneous defeat of the state: "the process
the spread of culture from losers to winners is obviously
the flip side of the above aggressive process. And often he
has a much wider and important. All extensions of the Roman
culture by the conquest of pales before the vastness and importance of its
distribution after the barbarian invasions and the formal disintegration of the Roman
Empire" (ibid. P. 251). That is, we see the constancy of the process
the extension of culture, where even defeat can be won in
the aspect of its distribution. Destroying the state, the barbarians
however, absorb elements of its culture.
Similar 1917 was to bring a new culture. Alex
Fedorov-Davydov (1900-1969) says, "the new young class at the moment
the struggle has almost no art, his art is crude and primitive (early
Christian art, for example, etc.). Peculiar to every new
the art of lust for life, battle cry strongly and clearly expressed after
the conquest of power by that class, and the flourishing of his art, classicism,
appears on the verge of decline" (Fedorov-Davydov A.Marxist
history of fine arts. -- Ivanovo-Voznesensk, 1925. P. 117). In
the Preface to this book, A. Sidorov write: "the Contribution of the consumer in
a work of art is not considered yet by science" (ibid. C. XI). Today
we know how Umberto Eco is trying to introduce this factor in
semiotic review (Eco U. The role of The reader. --
Bloomineton etc., 1981).
Your somewhat simplistic view of the change of system offers and
Fedorov-Davydov: "the New class, the winner of his predecessor and
who took his place, gives you domination