Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from ELLE.com

This '90s-Inspired Trend is Backed by Chanel, Versace, and ...

ELLE.com-Aug. 30, 2019
Say goodbye to dainty, barely there jewelry, because the next big thing in ... the very same designers are revived the trend with vintage-inspired accessories.
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Artist Encases Incredibly Detailed Miniature Worlds Inside ...

My Modern Met-Mar. 16, 2019
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Masterpiece London Has the Best Jewels in the World

TownandCountrymag.com-Jun. 28, 2019
But now, until July 3, they roam the halls of the Royal Hospital Chelsea surveying the treasures of over 150 exhibitors, including jewelers with both antique ...
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These Are the 6 Most Popular Vintage Engagement Ring ...

Brides.com-May 2, 2019
The website—which is a mecca for fine jewelryvintage fashion, and antique art and furniture—works with the world's best dealers, finest shops, and most ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

In "Morning of Acmeism" (the time of its creation is 1912 or 1913
year) O. Mandelstam demands to return the meaning of the word: "For the acmeists
a conscious sense of the word, the Logos, is the same beautiful form, like music to
of the symbolists. And if the futurists the word itself still creeps on
all fours in the Acmeism it for the first time takes more than a decent vertical
position and enters into the stone age of its existence" (Mandelstam
O. E. Word and culture. P.169).
In this article there is an interesting fix, made by
O. E. Mandelshtam, the book from the library by ye Khazina (see there
same, p. 298): "I'm saying in essence is consciousness, and not the word" he replaces "I
they say in essence marks". This is a semiotic whole quote sounds
corrected as follows: "This reality in poetry-the word as
such. Now, for example, in presenting his thought in accurate, but
not poetry, I say in fact signs and not the word.
Deaf perfectly understand each other, and railway semaphores perform
a very difficult assignment, without the help