Saturday, January 11, 2020

Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from Christie's

The greatest loves

Christie's-Feb. 10, 2017
Arguably the world's most beautiful and perfect pearl, La Peregrina, was ... Married to another woman, and bound by the strict morals of Victorian society, ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from

'Glamorous, pulled together and wedded to a slightly old ... 5, 2017
Shot by Mario Testino and styled by fashion editor Tonne Goodman, the ... chose a $100,000 frock from, embroidered with 1,500 crystal rhinestones and pearls.
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from

Is Fashion Performance Art? 21, 2017
The heroine was Mary Poppins. And although London's Victorian age pearly kings and queens are somewhere between art and theatre, that intersection of the ...
Story image for Victorian Fashion, pearl from The National

Take a shine to vintage: uncovering the appeal of historic ...

The National-Sep. 18, 2017
AThe auction is dedicated to Dior's costume jewellery, most of it originating from ... of people from Victorian England to Africa by way of the maharajas of India.

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

The term (and concept) "task" necessarily reflects either a state or external environment, or human, or the process of interaction between them.
In order to understand an object (e.g. concept), it is necessary to include it in those situations in other concepts that define its essence. But these situations are in a certain system of interaction relative to the object, which is defined by a common situation. This means that the nature of the object is determined to be larger relative to his situation. The object must also be entered into the system equal to situations which, as already mentioned, determined by their external situation. In addition, it needs to be considered in the system of subordinate situations as their subelements. Thus, there are three types of situations in which, or through which, should the object be comprehended, where he has entered: the General situation, the laws which he obeys necessity; the situation is equal, i.e., the objects with which it enters into the agreement; and the situation he is subordinate, i.e. objects included in the field of its activities.
About these criteria, and will be described in the object task.