Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from Lonny Magazine

This Jewelry Designer Is All About Al Fresco Living

Lonny Magazine-Sep. 30, 2019
A sunlit living space completes the indoor-outdoor vibe for this L.A. jewelry designer. .... complete the L.A. vibe, accented by only a handful of vintage pieces.
Story image for vintage jewelry from Who What Wear

Every Chic Jewelry Style Our Editors Are Wearing With Their ...

Who What Wear-Sep. 4, 2019
That's right—our editors all agree that jewelry can make a big statement for fall ... The utility jumpsuit I bought at my favorite vintage store last year and a pair of ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Lonny Magazine

This Beverly Hills Home Is A Vintage Treasure Trove

Lonny Magazine-Jan. 29, 2019
The designers — who might just be the quintessential Cali-cool couple — launched their joint jewelry venture back in June of 2017. Glitzy ear cuffs, tennis ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from vtdigger.org

Jeffrey Berger, president, to retire from Lippa's Estate and Fine ...

vtdigger.org-Nov. 14, 2019
BURLINGTON, NOVEMBER 1, 2019 — Lippa's Estate and Fine Jewelry has announced that Jeffrey Berger, President and CEO will be retiring after 50 years, ...


Pearl Necklace said...

In the light of the modern theory of neuro-linguistic programming, in
according to which is dominant a particular channel
effects, you can a different perspective to these memories. Perhaps
why it is so important to E. Trubetskoy confirmation made
observations of Russian national fairy tale located in the Russian
Opera. "Prince Igor" and "Grad Kitezh" the essence of wonderful poetic elegies,
caused by the feeling of powerlessness of the hero; and the best of Russian operas -- in "Ruslan"
-- heroic completely immersed in the magic. Related to this is amazing
no action in this Opera. Listener all the time is under
the impression of some detached from life, a distant magic of sounds
charms, but at the same time lulls. Hence the absolutely
the exceptional role played by magic dream in "Ruslan". Here
every action someone is sleeping on the stage. In the first step of Chernomor
lulls all asleep in the second head, the third end without falling asleep Ratmir, in
Lyudmila fourth, and fifth sleeping Borislav and again Ludmila. The whole Opera
gives the impression of a wonderful prophetic dream, as if she aims to give
a vivid illustration of the saying Vasilisa the wise: don't Kruchinina, everything will be
done, pray to God, Yes to bed to sleep. The most brilliant creations of the Russian
music is, without a doubt, a true expression of the spirit of Russian folk
tale" (E. Trubetskoy, the Meaning of life. -- M., 1994. P. 428-429). This
by the way, we passed from the visual to the verbal side and on to the music,
and everywhere we, to varying degrees are using
semiotic tools.

Pearl Necklace said...

The rhythm is realized in the sense of symmetry characteristic of any
performances: "all that is valuable, respectful, religious, expressed in
symmetric movements of the crowd. Meetings, processions, farewells, all the ritual,
stuff finally a "catcher" for a subordination of symmetry. A sense of rhythm and
a sense of symmetry inseparable. How personal facial expressions of surrender and discipline
higher, outside of us lying in the beginning is expressed in the parallelism (which is
symmetry of gestures) and in mass psychology: movements General