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It is hard to imagine a time when collecting Fabergé eggs was considered...
Although antiques are often functional, few were originally designed as...
Sitting on a green Georgian sofa that was on display in his firm’s booth...
When the London office of Sotheby’s hired Robert Bowman in 1978, it did...
A few years ago, Peter Galassi, head of the photography department at New...
James Roundell gained more than expertise in Impressionist and modern...
The company reputed to have made the first croquet set continues to make...
One of Italy’s oldest and most respected pen companies pays homage to...
The moderately sized, Art Deco–inspired Loiminchay Opus represents a...
The latest limited edition fountain pen from Marlen, a 21-year-old Italian...
Contrary to popular opinion that has undoubtedly been perpetuated by...
Jim Rogers believes Angola is one of the world’s greatest investment...
TO BIND OR NOT TO BIND, that is the question. “Essentially it’s a matter...
“A syncopation of space, form, and color,” says architect Alexander Gorlin...
French leather accessories maker Gustto (858. 336.7067, www.gustto.com )...
Some mind games—such as chess or backgammon—are eternally entertaining...
The winning squad in last year’s World Series of Birding, an annual...
When art dealer Otto Naumann was ready to bring to market his finest...
It is natural to view Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso as artistic rivals...
We may have been guilty of hyperbole in January 1986, when our cover...

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