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“She runs her fingers along the flowy dresses in jewel-box colors.”
“This is one of the most stunning retail spaces I've seen in a long time, a jewel-box, uber-modern and technologically advanced (by Void Design), with magical lamps, brushed stainless steel tiles, large flat-screen monitors (silent, thank god), colorful iPod stations, copper globe lighting and photomurals.”
“We knew that we couldn't just do a precious jewel-box type of restaurant in this neighborhood," said Mark Sullivan, Spruce's chef and a partner.”
“It was at a separate space featuring a jewel-box of a raked theater, perfect for a gathering of bold face names, cinephiles, and tastemakers.”
“There are also the still-standing Auditorium Building, the restrained and remarkably modern Albert W. Sullivan residence, the Schlesinger & Mayer Store now Carson Pirie and a particularly thorough treatment of all of Sullivan's jewel-box banks across the Midwest.”
“This is particularly disconcerting with regards to the truly amazing and unique church of St. James in Lakewood (below), a gilded jewel-box done in the Sicilian Gothic style, strongly reminiscent of the cathedral in Monreale and the Palatine chapel in Palermo.”
“The acoustics of The Broad Stage's gorgeous jewel-box theater have not yet been fully adjusted to the actors 'voice projections.”
“Myth and Manpower" at the jewel-box sized Craft and Folk Art Museum packed in a show that takes artwork from California fruit label boxes and marketing and juxtaposes them with artwork cultivated for use as protest posters for United Farm Workers.”
“The pretext for the party was the next-day opening of Hermès's new 278-square-meter men's store, in a jewel-box Madison Avenue townhouse.”
“It's a simple electronic circuit glued inside a clear plastic jewel-box case, terminating in a headphone jack on the right spine.”
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