During John Herzog’s first year with his father’s Manhattan brokerage firm, Herzog & Co., the most significant trade he made
Jalal Aro opened the Phonogalerie (www.phonogalerie.com) shop in its current l
Montblanc is offering Americans an exquisite means of exercising their freedom of expression.
At the end of the 18th century, George Washington planted 13 chestnut trees—one for each colony—between his mother’s and sister’
Sword swallowers, fire-eaters, giants, midgets, fat ladies, tattooed ladies, bearded ladies— Johnny Meah has painted them all in
During World War I, as fighting spread to northern Italy, the 15th-century Villa Cà Erizzo Luca in Bassano del Grappa became a b
Although best known as the Grammy Award–winning lead man of the Tijuana Brass, 77-year-old trumpeter Herb Alpert has a professio
Situated amid the faux antiquity of the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, the Martin Lawrence Galleries Las Vegas (
Paulo Coelho has received the pen makers’ version of a Pulitzer: a pen honoring one of his books.
Dick Coen hunted ducks before he hunted antique duck decoys.
Nicholas Brawer (www.nicholasbrawer.com) began his career as
Each Beretta Gallery site—from New York to London to Paris—was chosen specifically for its locale, and also for the influx of internationa
If you’re familiar with Joel Oppenheimer’s gallery of natural history art in Chicago, you likely would expect a similar environment and sh
Since its founding in 1979, Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco has featured virtually everyone in the photographic pantheon, from
It was not D-Day, but it was a complicated maneuver covering three continents and six time zones.
Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson is the J.D.
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Entering Kunstkammer Georg Laue is akin to walking into the 16th-century library of a learned nobleman or eccentric scholar.
Jack Row—a 26-year-old goldsmith in Birmingham, England—made his debut in the luxury pen market last year with Architect, a coll
David Oscarson, the irreverent St. Louis pen maker, is known to produce designs based on themes such as the Mayan apocalypse.