“I learned from looking back,” says Robert Kuo.
There is no such thing as a permanent collection.
Statuesque wineglasses in wheel-cut crystal on a hand-wrought silver tray (left), a towering skyscraper centerpiece in silver and ivory, a
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The insurance tycoon wanted for nothing, and he planned to keep it that way.
A rapidly growing coterie of fountain pen collectors has emerged within the past decade, and august manufacturers like Montblanc and Montegra
Sheldon Adelson throws his arms up, waves them with a flourish, and declares, “Not even Bugsy Siegel would have thought of this!” Adelson is
The literary world, for whom no breeze is so fragrant as a whiff of scandal, has been in full frisson ever since the appearance of the novel
There is a scene in The Magnificent Ambersons, Booth Tarkington’s tale of the Gilded Age, in which George, the young scion of what u
Visit the Smith College art exhibition Corot to Picasso, now on a two-year tour of American museums, and you will see a work by Edga