How to clean your jewelry for the new year

By Lisa M. Smith,Financial Post staff writerFred Meyer, the iconic American artist and designer who inspired the 1950s “paint-by-numbers” style of his jewelry, died Dec. 23 in New York City at age 90.

He was born in Boston and grew up in Massachusetts, graduating from St. Edward High School in 1951.

Fred Meyers jewelry is known for its original and timeless look, which includes bold stripes, a subtle beadwork and geometric designs, according to the museum.

Meyers collection of handcrafted pieces is also well known for his work on clothing, clothing accessories and even a small piece of jewelry in the Smithsonian collection.

He also made a name for himself in the art world with his work as a painter and sculptor.

Meyer’s jewelry is a work of art, with a focus on color, form and function.

Meyers’ artistry is often seen in his pieces that use subtlety, using patterns and textures to express the message.

He is known as a pioneer in the use of color and technique to communicate messages.

His signature work, which he created as a child, is often used in jewelry as well.

The word “magnolia” is used to describe the piece, which has a black-and-white design.

Meyer is best known for making intricate patterns and shapes, but also as a master of using text and form to convey his message.

His jewelry is said to be one of his favorite pieces of jewelry.

Meers was born on March 9, 1931, in the city of Boston, and went on to graduate from St Edward High.

He studied at Harvard College and then received his Ph.

D. from the University of Pennsylvania.

His early work was mostly on the surface and he made a mark on the field of modern art.

The museum says he is best remembered for his “majestic, ornate, yet playful” style.

His pieces were often used for advertising or as part of advertising campaigns.

He used the phrase “meers jewelry” in his work and often used it to describe his work.

In the 1940s, Meyers became one of the first Americans to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

In 1949, he won the first prize for jewelry design, the James M. Cain Award.

The award was named after Meyers son, James, who was the director of the American Institute of Architects and the director for design for the New York Public Library.

The family later moved to California where he worked as a jewelry designer for a while.

He retired in 1957 after 25 years with the American Museum of Natural History, which had a collection of his work, the collection of which now resides at the American Art Museum in New Jersey.

Fred’s art work also includes a number of pieces that are not associated with jewelry, including a set of hand-painted watercolors and sculptures of butterflies.

Meals are a big part of his life, and his family often spent holidays together.

Meers was a regular at the Meyers Mansion, the family’s home, and at a local church, where he was a fixture.

Meyers was also a member of the Boston Public Library’s Artistic Foundation and an avid photographer.

He worked at the Museum of Fine Arts in New Orleans and was an assistant to the artist Edward Degas, who died in 1974.

The National Portrait Gallery of the Smithsonian, which hosts Meyers collection, announced the news of Meyers death.

Meyders’ work has been seen around the world, from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., to a series of private collections in New Zealand.