Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace | eBay anéis tiffanys

Details about  Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace

Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace

Seller information

eile_hitc (283 )
97.9% Positive feedback
Save this Seller
See other items
Contact seller

Item Information

Report item - opens in a new window or tab
eBay item number:
282725220903
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned: An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for full details and ... Read moreabout the condition
Length: 18 - 19.99"
Metal: Sterling Silver Brand: Tiffany & Co.
Metal Purity: 925 parts per 1000




Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

Shipping and handling

Item location: Wilmington, Delaware, United States
Shipping to: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian Federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Norway, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint Kitts-Nevis, Saint Lucia, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Ecuador, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion
tiffany diamanter på gården"alert" id="shQuantity-errTxt" class="sh-err-text sh-err-hide">There are 0 items available. Please enter a number less than or equal to 0.
Domestic handling time
Will usually ship within 3 business days of receiving cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab.

Return policy

Return policy details
The seller will not accept returns for this item.

Payment details

Payment method Preferred/Accepted  
Credit card or Pre-authorized Debit through PayPal
Accepted
 
time left
Current bid amount
+
Shipping amount
Bid Count
time left
current bid
+
shipping
bids
Approximately:
Current bid amount Approximately:
+
Shipping amount Approximately:
Import charges:
Import charges:
(estimated and based on max bid)
Confirm
Your bid amount
Approximately:
Approximately:

OR

Your current max bid:
(Approximately:)
Increase your chances of winning by setting a higher bid now.
Let eBay place automatic bids for you  This opens a help overlay dialogue about automatic bidding.
How does automatic bidding work?
As other bids come in, eBay will automatically raise your bid in small amounts, up to your limit. Learn More. - opens in a new window or tab
Close button. This closes the help overlay dialogue.
, up to
Set automatic bid
By submitting your bid, you'll be committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
By submitting your bid, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder. You have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
By clicking Confirm, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder.
By clicking Confirm, you are committing to buy this item from the seller if you are the winning bidder and have read and agree to the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions - opens in a new window or tab. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase your maximum bid amount.
Loading...
Bid layer is updating the contents.
Resume bidding, if the page does not update immediately.
d
h
m
s
day
hour
hours
FREE shipping
See item description
+ See item description for shipping
Calculate
Approximately:
(Enter ##1## or more)
(Enter more than ##1##)
Your max bid:
You've been outbid. Don't let it get away - place another bid.
You've been outbid by an automatic bid placed earlier by another bidder.
You're the highest bidder on this item!
You're the first bidder on this item!
You're the highest bidder on this item, but you're close to being outbid.
This auction is almost over and you're currently the high bidder.
You're the high bidder on this item, but the reserve price hasn't been met yet.
You've been outbid by someone else.
You can still win! Try bidding again.
You've been outbid by someone else's max bid.
You can still win! Try bidding again.
You've been outbid by someone else.
Try raising your max bid.
You're the highest bidder!
To increase your chances of winning, try raising your bid.
You're the first bidder. Good Luck!
You're still the highest bidder!
You increased your max bid to
Please enter your bid again.
Enter a valid amount for your bid.
Enter a bid that is the minimum bid amount or higher.
You have to bid at least
Sorry, you can't lower your maximum bid once it's placed.
This seller requires the buyer to have a PayPal account to purchase this item. Get a PayPal account here .
Your bid is the same as or more than the Buy It Now price. You can save time and money by buying it now.
Place bid
Review and confirm your bid
Bid confirmation
Increase max bid
Enter a custom max bid more than ##2##
Enter a custom max bid of ##2## or more
+ ##2## approximate import charges
##2## (approximately)
Please enter a higher amount than the current bid.
+ ##2## for shipping
+ FREE SHIPPING
Bid ##3## now
Bid ##3##
Time left:
Current bid:
(approximately ##1##)
Your maximum bid:
(approximately ##1##)
Increase your maximum bid:
By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Learn moreabout 1-click bid - opens in a new window or tab
day
hour
min
sec
days
hours
mins
secs
(approximately ##1##)
Winning bid:
Starting bid:
Close
Congrats! The auction has ended and you're the winner.
The auction has ended, but the reserve price was not met.
Sorry, the auction has ended and you were outbid.
Good news, you're the high bidder.
Sorry, you've been outbid.
You're the high bidder, but the reserve price is not met.
Please enter a higher amount than the current bid.
Maximum bids cannot be lowered once submitted.
Please enter a valid number.

anéis tiffanys

tiffany \u0026 co usa
Tiffany halskjede
tiffany atlas

Emma Ferrer Opens Up

Hepburn's granddaughter, Emma Ferrer, steps into the spotlight and opens up to BAZAAR. Plus, see her fashion shoot shot by Richard Avedon's grandson, Michael Avedon, here.

Michael Avedon
The first images I have of her are, interestingly enough, when she was quite young," Emma Ferrer says of her paternal grandmother, Audrey Hepburn. "I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline—I believe this was before I understood that she was famous. But I remember thinking that she looked like a friend I wish I could have had."

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

Of course, Audrey Hepburn—or simply Audrey, as she will forever be known—has always been a luminous presence: She was a brilliant actress, a timeless style icon, and a tireless crusader for the world's underprivileged children as an International Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. She was also a devoted mother who put aside her career at its peak to raise her two sons, Sean Ferrer, whose father was Audrey's first husband, the actor Mel Ferrer, and Luca Dotti, from her second marriage (to the Italian psychiatrist Andrea Dotti).

One thing that Audrey never had the chance to do, though, was enjoy the experience of being a grandmother. In late 1992, she fell ill during a UNICEF trip to Somalia and died a few months later, in January 1993, of a rare form of abdominal cancer.

Emma Kathleen Hepburn Ferrer, Audrey's first grandchild, was born in Switzerland in May of the following year to Sean and his then wife, Leila. Now 20, Emma is the eldest of Sean's three children and spent most of her adolescence in and around Florence, Italy, where Sean, who runs an agency that deals with intellectual property and is also a filmmaker and keeper of the Audrey flame, lives outside the city. (Luca, his wife, and their daughters occupy his mother's former apartment in Rome.)

"Muse" is an overused word these days, but that's exactly what Audrey was for the legendary photographer Richard Avedon. She was, in a word, his inspiration, and their interaction played out over a number of years in the 1950s in the pages of Harper's Bazaar. Avedon photographed Audrey on the streets of Paris, in fashion stories, and several times as a cover subject for the magazine. Even though he worked with some of the biggest models of all time—Suzy Parker, Dorian Leigh, Carmen Dell'Orefice—he was completely enamored with Audrey as a subject, and she loved sitting for him.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

Avedon, of course, was memorably fictionalized in the 1957 movie Funny Face. Though he didn't appear in the film, he served as an adviser. The part of the photographer, Dick Avery, was played by Fred Astaire. Audrey was cast as Avery's muse—the mousy but promising bookstore clerk who, under his tutelage, blossoms into a glorious supermodel in Paris.

"I remember seeing a photo of her jumping on a trampoline. I remember thinking that she looked like a friend I wish I could have had."

I met Emma in Florence on a Monday in late June, but the week before, she sat for the photo shoot that produced the images you see here. In what might be considered life imitating art—or, perhaps, art imitating art—the man behind the lens was none other than Avedon's 23-year-old grandson, Michael, now himself a young photographer, much like Dick was when he first shot Audrey.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

Today Emma is four years younger than Audrey was when she appeared in 1953's Roman Holiday, a breakout performance for which she won an Oscar. Emma herself has no designs on acting, though, like her grandmother, she has studied ballet. Instead, Emma's heart is set on becoming an artist. To that end, she is entering her third year as a student of the Florence Academy of Art.

As anyone who has been there knows, Florence is the sine qua non of Italian cities: the birthplace of the Renaissance, the center of art and culture, the home of the Medicis and of Dante Alighieri, and, not incidentally, the original base for the fashion houses of Gucci, Pucci, Cavalli, and Ferragamo. Florence looks remarkably as it did during the 15th century, the enormous cathedral, its dome engineered by Brunelleschi, dominating the cityscape. Michelangelo's David has resided in the Accademia Gallery since 1873. Where better for an art student to study?

Sean reminded me that I'd met Emma before, in May 2003. She was only nine at the time. I was then editor in chief of Town & Country, and we'd just done an entire issue on Audrey, accompanied by a special exhibition at Sotheby's, timed to the 10th anniversary of her death. But when Emma walked through the front door of the hotel where I was staying, the Portrait, I recognized her instantly. First there was her gait—she fairly floated. Then I noticed the unmistakable, graceful posture of a dancer. Though she is not her grandmother's doppelgänger, there are definite similarities—the arched brows, the almond eyes, the long lashes, the full mouth, the radiant smile. And like Audrey, Emma is tall, with the legs and bearing of a gazelle.

Before Emma and I got together, I visited the new Gucci Museo in Piazza della Signoria. There, amid the vintage handbags, apparel, and shoes was a framed photograph of her grandmother taken in the 1960s. Later, while waiting for Emma in the lobby of the Portrait, I spotted two books on display: Audrey a Roma, based on an exhibition that Luca had curated documenting her years in Rome, and Audrey 100, a volume consisting of 100 images of Audrey chosen by the family, by everyone from Philippe Halsman to Mel Ferrer. Clearly, Audrey was in the Florentine air.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

For the better part of the next two days, Emma and I did what we both love to do in Florence: We wandered the streets—some glutted with tourists, others positively deserted—and took in the scenery. We had lunch at the Trattoria La Casalinga, walked to Via Tornabuoni, Florence's Rue du Faubourg, and popped into the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, housed in Palazzo Spini Feroni. Dedicated to the works of the founder of Ferragamo, the museum has on display an array of wooden foot molds designed for the brand's most renowned clients. On one row hang the lasts of Gloria Swanson, Ingrid Bergman, Sophia Loren, and, naturally, Audrey.

"When I watched Breakfast at Tiffany's, I enjoyed it the same way any young girl would."

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

Emma was born in Morges and spent her first year at La Paisible, the Hepburn family's country house in the Swiss village of Tolochenaz, near Lausanne, where in her later life Audrey lived with (though never married) the Dutch-born investor and former actor Robert Wolders. When Emma was two, Sean and Leila relocated with her to Los Angeles. Even as a child she liked to draw. She also took art and ballet classes and attended Crossroads, the private arts school. "Growing up there felt entirely normal, since I was only a child," Emma recalls, although she admits that had she remained in L.A., she might well have become that dreaded Hollywood brat. "I know kids who had to go into rehab," she tells me. "It's only now that I realize certain elements of a Hollywood lifestyle are, in fact, not entirely healthy."

Sean and Leila divorced when she was six. At 14, Emma moved with Leila to Florence, mostly so Emma could be closer to Sean, who had settled in the Tuscan countryside. (Leila has since returned to L.A.) Sean remembers Emma as "a sunny child, always looking for something new to keep her interested," and because of her parents' breakup, probably mature beyond her years. As we walked and talked, Emma spoke of the deep impression that art school had made on her. "I always drew and liked to take art lessons," she explained, "but I needed intellectual skills to learn about balance and structure." She showed me some of her drawings on her iPhone: charcoal portraits and sketches of human figures and plaster casts, all done from life. She listed some of the painters she admired—Rembrandt, Titian, Velázquez, and Zurbarán—and talked about learning to imitate the work of other artists. "At first I resisted the process of copying because I felt it wasn't original," she says. "But the truth is, I drew in a very naive way."

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

The conversation inevitably leads to the subject of Audrey. "I still have that image of her on the trampoline very clearly in my mind—strangely enough, a lot more clear in ways than images that I see of her every day in shopwindows," says Emma. "I've been questioning a lot lately what she means to me. I knew her image, of course, and that I happened to be, by pure chance, related to her. But as a child I couldn't really relate to Audrey Hepburn, the actress. To me, she was family. I can live with her through my father. His stories are all about his growing up. But honestly, I haven't seen all of her movies. When I watched Breakfast at Tiffany's, I enjoyed it the same way any young girl would. I've seen My Fair Lady and Roman Holiday, but I suppose my favorite is Funny Face." I suggested that we find a way to watch an Audrey Hepburn movie together. Between Charade and Sabrina, we chose Sabrina and made a date to go to her father's house the following day to watch it.

I ask Emma if she has anything of Audrey's. "All I can think of are her cashmere turtlenecks, which I adore and wear all throughout the winter," she says. "And a white antique stuffed teddy bear."

The next day was sweltering, so the prospect of a late-afternoon drive to Sean's place in the Tuscan hills came as a relief. And because it was June 24, the Feast of San Giovanni—Florence's patron saint—most of the shops and restaurants were closed. Fortunately Sean had offered to cook us dinner.

By the time we reached the house, a 17th-century villa nestled in the vineyards of the Frescobaldi family in the Chianti Rufina, the weather was palpably cooler. Emma lives in the upstairs room of a converted barn that also contains Sean's office and a screening room. After we arrived she showed me a handful of her figure paintings with intense shadowy backgrounds.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

"I couldn't really relate to Audrey Hepburn, the actress. To me, she was family."

We settled into the screening room to watch Sabrina. Directed by Billy Wilder, the 1954 movie stars a youthful Audrey as Sabrina, the daughter of Fairchild, the British chauffeur to the Larrabees, a wealthy family who live on an estate on the North Shore of Long Island. In desperation, Fairchild sends Sabrina off to cooking school in Paris in order to make her forget about David (played by William Holden), the dashing son of his employer, with whom she has long been infatuated. Even if you've never seen the film, you can probably guess what happens next: Sabrina returns from France, transformed into a gorgeous, stylish, sophisticated woman (dressed, by the way, by Hubert de Givenchy) and completely turns David's head.

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below

We were about three quarters into the movie when Sean announced that dinner was ready. At that point we'd been joined by his wife, Karin Hofer, her son, Adone, and Emma's boyfriend, Richard, a 27-year-old American from Nashville. Emma and Richard met when he taught some of her classes at the art academy in Florence; when the term ended, their relationship began. "He taught anatomical sculpture as well as drawing and painting," Emma tells me. "We were friends for a while before anything happened between us."

Sean, an excellent cook, prepared a four-course meal. A gentle breeze was in the air, as we sat at a table under an extended pergola overlooking a grove of olive trees and listened to the honking of a family of wild boars (probably the same dozen that Emma said she'd seen while on a run a few days earlier). Later I asked Sean about Audrey and how much of her he sees in Emma. "My mother was the same as she was on the screen: unassuming, humble, funny, emotional, strong, delicate," he says. "Fortunately Emma has much better boundaries than either Mom or I ever had. But the genes are strong—and the comedic gene is alive and well. And I can't help but think that both had to quit professional ballet because they were too tall."

Life will soon change for Emma when the academy opens a Stateside branch in January, in an arts center in Jersey City. She's planning to move there to continue her studies. She won't be going alone; Richard will also be coming to help run the new outpost. "I have mixed feelings about leaving Florence," she confesses. "I worry about finding the kind of organic food I like to eat and wonder where I will live," she says. "At the same time I am so excited about being in New York." The evening was all very relaxed and chatty—until we noticed that it was 9:30 P.M. and realized we wouldn't get back to Florence in time for the fireworks unless we made a mad dash for it.

Even the city's outskirts were chockablock with spectators, primarily parents with kids on their shoulders. Eventually Emma, who was driving, stopped the car at the side of the road so we could get out and watch the grand finale. As I stood watching the explosions of color in the sky next to Emma and Richard, who were holding hands, I couldn't help remembering that famous moment in Sabrina, when Audrey's character is admonished by Fairchild for behaving like a woman of the world. As if in explanation, she says, "But don't you see, Father? Everything has changed." To which Fairchild snaps, "Nothing has changed. He is still David Larrabee, and you are still the chauffeur's daughter. And you are still reaching for the moon." With that she sinks into a rocking chair, turns her face up, her eyes half closed, as if in a reverie, smiles radiantly, gives a deep sigh, and utters the unforgettable line, "No, Father. The moon is reaching for me."

When I returned to New York, I received an e-mail from Emma in which she referred to our watching Audrey in Sabrina. "It had been a while since I'd seen one of her films, and the feeling was indeed magical," she wrote. "Somehow, seeing her in her youth and brilliance reminded me that I do, in fact, carry her spirit along with me.

"Sometimes when I was younger, I felt confused toward what having a grandmother like her could mean in my life," she added. "But I am now understanding."

Watch Next

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Cover Stories
Emilia Clarke in Bloom
Angelina Jolie Writes a Letter to You from Namibia

Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
Now and Jen

The Weeknd Stars in BAZAAR's Icons

Miley Cyrus' Summer of Love
Gigi Hadid's Space Odyssey


Kendall Jenner Comes of Age
Introducing Paris Jackson As Our April Cover Star

Rihanna Takes Flight

Cover Girl: Kate Moss's BAZAAR Covers



Developmental psychology unit 1 and 2

Midterm review
STUDY
PLAY
Which of the following questions would an information-processing theorist ask?
1. Are declines in memory during old age evident on all types of tasks or only some?
In a historic experiment with 11-month-old Albert, John Watson demonstrated that
children can be conditioned to fear a formerly neutral stimulus.
Score: 1/1
Research on resilience shows that
4. interventions must attend to both the person and the environment to strengthen a child's capacity while also reducing hazardous experiences.
According to ___________ theory, children learn primarily through modeling.
1. social learning
In ____________, the investigator provides a full account and justification of the activities after the research session is over.
debriefing
Behaviorism focuses on
stimuli and responses.
Ethical standards permit deception in research studies if
2. the benefits to society justify the risks to the participants and special precautions are taken.
Cause-and-effect inferences can be made in an experimental design because
1. the researcher directly controls or manipulates changes in the independent variable.
Baby Max begins to cry as soon as he sees his mother pick up her car keys. Max probably does this because he learned to associate the car keys with his mother leaving. This example demonstrates
Classical conditioning
Research on Piaget's cognitive-developmental theory indicates that
3. children's performances on Piagetian tasks can be improved with training.
Alfred Binet and Theodore Simon's intelligence test was originally constructed to
4. identify children with learning problems who needed to be placed in special classes.
In the lifespan perspective, every age period of human development
1. has its own agenda and its unique demands and opportunities that yield some similarities in development across many individuals.
As a generation, baby boomers are
1. healthier, better educated, and more self-focused than the previous generation.
A major strength of the longitudinal design is that researchers can
4. examine relationships between early and later behaviors.
Random assignment
4. assures that participants are assigned to experimental conditions in an unbiased manner.
Professor Gimbly wants to investigate how children of different ages characterize their friendships. Professor Gimbly should use a ______________ research design.
3. cross-sectional
According to Sigmund Freud, the
4. id is the source of basic biological needs and desires.
Theories are vital tools for developmental researchers because they
3. provide organizing frameworks for our observations of people.
Which of the following is an example of an age-graded influence?
Frank got driver license at age 16
To overcome some of the limitations of traditional developmental designs, investigators sometimes use
3. sequential designs.
Children with diabetes tend to have fathers, not mothers, with the illness. The pattern of inheritance is best explained by
2. genomic imprinting.
__________ societies value an __________ self.
2. Collectivist; interdependent
The Human Genome Project is an ambitious international research program aimed at
1. deciphering the chemical makeup of human genetic material.
Two Apgar ratings are given in the minutes following birth
1. because some babies have trouble adjusting immediately but do quite well after a few minutes.
Katie wonders when she will first be able to hear her fetus's heartbeat through a stethoscope. You tell her that this should happen by the
1. fourth week of pregnancy.
Compared to full-term infants, preterm babies
1. are less often held close, touched, and talked to gently.
Characteristics that vary on a continuum among people, such as height, weight, or intelligence, are most likely determined by __________ inheritance.
3. polygenic
Dizygotic twins
3. are no more alike than ordinary siblings.
In incomplete dominance,
3. both alleles are expressed, resulting in a combined trait.
1. heritability of personality does not increase over the lifespan.
...
Tiffany is a small-for-date baby. This means she
1. was born below her expected weight considering the length of the pregnancy.
An ovum bursts from one of a woman's two _________ and is drawn into one of two __________.
3. ovaries; fallopian tubes
When the inherited blood types of mother and fetus differ, the most common cause of difficulties is
1. Rh factor incompatibility.
Epidural analgesia
2. is the most common approach to controlling pain during labor.
_________________ is commonly used to overcome male reproductive difficulties.
4. Donor insemination
Research on heritability suggests that
1. heritability of personality does not increase over the lifespan.
Implantation occurs __________ after fertilization.
3. sometime between the seventh and ninth day
Directly observable characteristics, such as eye color and height, are called
4. phenotypes.
One of the two major benefits of education for girls in developing countries is
1. empowerment to improve their life conditions.
A _______ is an inborn, automatic response to a particular form of stimulation.
Reflex
High levels of prenatal lead exposure are related to
3. prematurity, low birth weight, and brain damage.






pan>
By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Learn moreabout 1-click bid - opens in a new window or tab
day
hour
min
sec
days
hours
mins
secs
(approximately ##1##)
Winning bid:
Starting bid:
Close
Congrats! The auction has ended and you're the winner.
The auction has ended, but the reserve price was not met.
Sorry, the auction has ended and you were outbid.
Good news, you're the high bidder.
Sorry, you've been outbid.
You're the high bidder, but the reserve price is not met.
Please enter a higher amount than the current bid.
Maximum bids cannot be lowered once submitted.
Please enter a valid number.

anéis tiffanys

tiffany \u0026 co usa
Tiffany halskjede
tiffany atlas

Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace | eBay anéis tiffanys

Details about  Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace

Tiffany & Co beautiful sterling double heart necklace

Seller information

eile_hitc (283 )
97.9% Positive feedback
Save this Seller
See other items
Contact seller

Item Information

Report item - opens in a new window or tab
eBay item number:
282725220903
Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.

Item specifics

Condition:
Pre-owned: An item that has been used or worn previously. See the seller’s listing for