Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from New York Times (blog)

In Jewelry, Tales of Love

New York Times (blog)-Nov. 29, 2018
But she took the risk, she said, because the jewelry was her last connection to .... jewelry industry helped her find diamonds that closely resembled the vintage ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Robb Report

In Pictures: Vintage and Family Heirlooms Revamped Into ...

Robb Report-Apr. 1, 2018
“Not long ago, people wanted jewelry that looked as big as possible; now it's about being chic, stylish, and daring with color and materials.” —Glenn Spiro, who ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Mainline Today

Q&A: Revivals Boutique's Robin Eklund

Mainline Today-Aug. 14, 2018
Personal style: I'll always be a jeans girl. I consider myself classic, with an edge and a little sexiness. I like to mix modern pieces with vintage jewelry. Style icons: ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Bustle

43 Brilliant Old-Fashioned Gifts People Used To Give That We ...

Bustle-Dec. 7, 2018
There are times when a simple vintage jewelry display case with a hinged top lid is all you need. This clear glass case has brass metal trim and is perfect for ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

This same number of reasons for the historians of ideas place mixed
the various interests of economic interest to agriculture
agriculture (what are the physiocrats, but also
the first successes of agronomy); curiosity-halfway between
economy and theory -- exotic plants and animals,
are trying to acclimatize, and large scientific
expedition -- Tornatore in the middle East, Adansonia in
Senegal -- deliver descriptions, engravings, and specimens; and then
mainly high ethical assessment of the nature, together with
all these dvuspalnymi based movement, thanks
which -- no matter whether we are talking about aristocracy or
of the bourgeoisie, -- the money and chuvsva "invest" in the land which
the previous era was long left abandoned. In
the middle of the eighteenth century of Rousseau collects the herbarium.
In the registry circumstances, historians have noted a variety of
shape inherent in this new science o life, and the "spirit" as
say which they are guided. These Sciences first under
the influence of Descartes to the end of the XVII century was mechanistic;
the first steps of the then emerging chemistry imposed
on their own imprint, but in the eighteenth century vitalists themes
retain or resume their privileges in order for
to emerge at last into a single doctrine-the "vitalism", which
several different forms of Bohr and Barth profess in
Montpellier, Blyumenbah in Germany, Diderot then Bichat in Paris.
Within these different theoretical constructs were placed
almost always the same questions, each time receiving
different solutions: o the possibility of classification of living
organisms, and some, like Linnaeus, believed that all nature
can enter into some kind of taxonomy, others, like Buffon,
believed that it is too varied and too rich to
to fit in such a rigid framework; o the nature of the process
reproduction, and the supporters of a more mechanistic views
inclined to preformace, while others believed in specific
the development of embryos; on the analysis of functions (circulation after
Harvey, sensation, motor activity -- and the end of the century --
the breathing).