Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from Hollywood Reporter

Sparkle Plenty: The Oscars Had No Shortage of High-Wattage ...

Hollywood Reporter-Mar. 5, 2018
From Helen Mirren's sapphires to Greta Gerwig's (important) vintage necklace, jewelry didn't miss a chance to shine on Oscar night.
Story image for vintage jewelry from Glamour

The Case for Clip-on Earrings, Inspired by My Mom's Gaudy ...

Glamour-Aug. 30, 2018
She still has most of her clothing and accessories from the eighties and nineties—bags, shoes, jewelry, even stockings. The woman could open a damn vintage ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Washington Post

Start in the basement, and other tips for scoring treasures at ...

Washington Post-Jul. 31, 2018
So could all the other treasure hunters at the estate sale, mashed together shoulder ... Before I could get the attention of the woman in charge of the jewelry case, ...

Q&A with Brooklyn Bijou Designer, Britt Bolton

Flaunt Magazine-Nov. 29, 2018
Britt Bolton is Brooklyn's autodidact jewelry designer cultivating a mesmerizing ... I was always inspired by vintage jewelry as well; I was always collecting it and ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Times Square Chronicles (press release)

The Unspoken Rules For Buying Jewelry Online

Times Square Chronicles (press release)-Nov. 30, 2018
You can go and make a bid for an auction vintage jewelry you long been waiting for, but set a ceiling price. You might be surprised to win your favorite vintage ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

for the Greeks it was important to link shapes in a plane for a European
significantly linked in one organic whole the different plans of depth" (There
F. Schmitt traces the link of certain artistic discoveries of the
the whole people, saying of the law of the range, when the long
the effects of constant environment leads to the formation of stable range
social and artistic needs of each nation occurs
a favorite set of contents and scenes. It can persist even when
the disappearance of this group. F. Schmidt gives an example when
the fellahin, digging the statue had lain in the earth for five thousand years, learned in her
the features of his elder (P. 170).
And here appears the parallel with the theory of passionarity of Lev
ENU. "Precisely because of the inertia that threatens to end the life and to destroy
her contradictions, and we need those catastrophic revolution, in all cycles,
and sometimes in the ends of the individual phases of these cycles, and sometimes within phases --
at the end of their "seconds" (...): need is a sudden burst of to sweep away the
old, no longer needed, was a huge achievement
to the public, but which eventually became harmful tradition. Old and
individuals, and human groups of all orders cease to be
active not because there is nothing I want to do: all clear, all questions
allowed, all the business is done-it is necessary only to protect the creation of what
spent so much energy, it is necessary to repair and clean mechanisms, it is necessary even to enter
partial improvement, but nothing to touch on the merits, it is necessary
to give everything a go, as it was until now, and how it can be more
for many years -- if only in our century is enough!" (Ibid.P.174).
For us this is a clear description of the Brezhnev era. F. Slst looked more
depth. One time he was identified as the end of the cycle, a period of struggle with
religions created in the beginning of the cycle in the first place with Christianity:
"fight it because the force of inertia, the gospel parables, and sermons
become a means of class oppression and exploitation, and religious rites (ie.
symbolic art expresses the gospel "truth" and many others
found later, the same "truths" of dogma) was a terrible retrograde
force, pulls us back to the middle ages;