Rockefeller knew the only way he was going to get in was to depose Tzar Nicholas II. As a solution the Rockefeller-Rothschild cartel funded the Bolshevik Communist revolution of 1917 to get control of the Baku oil.
Funded by an £8 million donation from British inventor, designer and engineer James Dyson, this new hub for innovation and invention at the University of Cambridge’s Department of Engineering was designed by Nicholas Hare Architects. The new James Dyson building is now home to some of the brightest engineering minds in the country undertaking post …
Cuckoo Egg (or Cockerel Egg), 1900. Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Gold, diamonds, natural feathers, pearls, ruby. Kept in Svyaz' Vremyon Fund - Viktor Vekselberg collection - Moscow.
Hosting a dinner and christmas carol concert with The Queen's Six in aid of the SCOTS DG Caring for Courage Fund
"Hosting a dinner and christmas carol concert with The Queen's Six in aid of the SCOTS DG Caring for Courage Fund" by marywindsor ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Emma Watson, Tiffany & Co., Catherine Deane and Nicholas Kirkwood
The Great Imperial Crown made in 1762 for the coronation of Catherine the Great by the court jeweler J.Pauzie represents the height of creative imagination, lavish beauty and skilled workmanship. It is adorned with five thousand diamonds arranged in a splendid pattern of laurel wreaths and oak branches.
FABERGÉ~ ROSEBUD EGG~ 1895. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 11. A gift from Tsar Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise is a yellow enamelled rosebud, which originally contained two more surprises: a diamond replica of the Imperial crown with a cabochon ruby pendant suspended inside. The crown and pendant have been lost.
New Identity design for MMX Management, a hedge fund and private equity advisory firm out of Minneapolis and New York. By Nicholas Leiferman @Fresh Forte Creative #FreshForte #FreshForteCreative #MMX #MMXmanagement #logo #logodesign #identity #branding #design #bridge
A Prince, Saint Nicholas the Wonderworker of the Kiev Near Caves (12th century) left his family to become a monk. He worked in the monastery's kitchen, served as gatekeeper, and grew a garden around his cell; also, he funded two churches in the area. Saint Nicholas was the first Russian prince to accept monasticism; his brothers ridiculed him, and his doctor told him fasting had weakened him. Saying this the doctor fell ill and was only cured by the saint's prayers. (Oct 14)