Diamonds are a girl's best friend' : the psychology of jewellery as beloved objects

In Wilhelm Lindemann & Joan Clough (eds.), Thinkingjewellery: On the Way Towards a Theory of Jewellery = Schmuckdenken: Unterwegs Zu Einer Theorie des Schmucks. Acc Distribution [Distributor] (2011)
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