Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from The Jewellery Editor

Revealed: Bo Legendre's stunning Belperron jewels

The Jewellery Editor-Apr. 12, 2018
... Belperron (below) as well as Art Deco Cartier jewels and vintage Verdura. ... Belperron was one of the most influential female jewellers of the 20th century, ...
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The Last Line Is Trying to Turn the Traditional Fine Jewelry ...

Fashionista (blog)-Nov. 9, 2018
The Last Line is a bit more accessibly priced than traditional fine jewelry ... Sanders says she's inspired by vintage jewelry, which is a passion of hers, as well as ...
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Chloƫ Sevigny Has a Gen-Z Advisory Council

ELLE.com-Dec. 7, 2018
I kept the dress simple because I wanted the jewelry as the centerpiece. I'm obsessed with ... And you buy vintage jewelry a lot and it seems fine... I've recently ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Vogue.com

At Sotheby's, a Glimpse Into the Private World of Fred ...

Vogue.com-Mar. 29, 2018
... a Glimpse Into the Private World of Fred Leighton, “King of Estate Jewelry” ... bohemian romantics looking for Mexican wedding dresses—and the jewelry and ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The same complication we see upon examination of the plot. On the one hand,
it evokes a series of associations, "which the artist can then send that
or that emotional line with a stylistic design" (ibid.
P. 59). On the other, talking about the history of the stories, he says:
"Each of the stories tend to, so to speak, its
"emotional capacity" and therefore the mass appearance of such stories in
such environment and their complete disappearance at change of conditions of existence can
to be the most valuable symptom for the historian. In this sense, the value
the plot is absolutely homogeneous with the value of PI materials technology: each
material and each technique has its own peculiar "formal capacity", your
special formal opportunities are strictly limited..." (There. same.
Even the smallest characteristics of the study F. Schmittfilled
the semiotic significance. So, the reasoning of the lack of facial expression in the Egyptian
painting and sculpture,