Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Story image for vintage jewelry from New York Times

You've Found an Old Watch. Now What?

New York Times-Nov. 13, 2018
That's because when it's warm out, and his sleeves are rolled up, the vintage IWC ... of knowing how many watches are tucked away in drawers, safes or jewelry ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Montreal Gazette

Second-hand affection: How to give the best gifts while saving ...

Montreal Gazette-Dec. 15, 2018
There are three headless mannequins in my house. There is a lemon-shaped honey pot, vintage costume jewelry and a closet full of child-size ball gowns.
Story image for vintage jewelry from Ukiah Daily Journal

Ukiah 'frock' star: Clothier's vintage collection a lifetime in the ...

Ukiah Daily Journal-Mar. 20, 2018
Along with her love of antique clothing, Morden began collecting antique jewelry, and by the 1980s she was a professional jewelry designer, creating original, ...
Story image for vintage jewelry from Vancouver Business Journal

Erik Runyan Jewelers celebrates 101 years in Vancouver

Vancouver Business Journal-Mar. 2, 2018
Erik Runyan Jewelers is one of those Clark County businesses that has been an anchor ... Custom design and vintage jewelry round out the other departments.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

F. Schmidt defines art as the work on identifying
images. Therefore, in his idea of formal method, it writes
that section: "the Formal analysis of literary works must
to be based not on abstract aesthetics and analysis, creative thinking,
ie, the exact knowledge of the combined functions of the cerebral centres, and taking into account
their development and their relative importance" (ibid.P.183).
F. Schmidt all the time moves from more simple to more complex
models. As example, a comparison of spatial and
temporal aspects: "music is not alien to the space: only a single
the melody is purely in time, unfolding a string of sounds -- like
as only linear pattern is purely in the space of a mapped
a number of points; in the chord we have a comparison of the sounds are not in temporary
sequence and spatial harmony; in polyphonic music,
akkompaniroval tunes we have, like, two spatial
plan sounds;
finally, the "symphonic" sound mass, at the same time impressive
hearing clearly perceived as a spatial and multidimensional, so
the listener distinguish their relative remoteness from oneself" (Ibid.