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  1. C.R. Martin & Co. (610.759.2837) wanted something special to mark the creation of the 750,000th Martin guitar, so it commissioned inlay artist Larry Robinson to enhance the instrument. The result...
  2. Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Manhattan townhouse was the epitome of grandeur and grace during the 1880s. The largest of several Vanderbilt family homes along Fifth Avenue, it was staffed with 37...
  3. Attend the art furnishings show (May 18 and 19 at the Pasadena Center Exhibition Hall in Pasadena, Calif.) and you might feel as though you have stepped into some sort of furniture fantasyland. Here...
  4. Carrera Y Carrera’s Mediterranean roots run deep. Founded in 1885, the Madrid jewelry house is a master of old-world craftsmanship, yet it strives for a contemporary aesthetic with its sculptural,...
  5. “I learned from looking back,” says Robert Kuo. He is speaking of his immediate ancestors, in particular his father, who began teaching him the delicate craft of cloisonné when he was 15. But he is...
  6. Any aspiring railroad baron would covet the model train layout that the privately owned Carail museum (313.273.5507, www.carail.com ) in Detroit is auctioning off. The layout, from the extensive...
  7. Andy Warhol may have had a taste for Campbell’s soup, but his legacy lends itself to a heightened culinary experience at De la Tierra restaurant in Delray Beach, Fla. Tucked in a tropical garden at...
  8. Kari Nieminen’s first name reflects his Viking ancestry, but the 43-year-old Finn rose to prominence through his mastery of an ax very different from the type his forebears wielded. Nieminen has been...
  9. Baths usually are not newsworthy events, but the announcement last fall that Michelangelo’s David would have its first in 130 years made headlines worldwide. The privately funded cleaning project...
  10. Some of the most unforgettable images ever captured on film are on display and on sale at the Pop International Galleries (212.533.4262, www.popinternational.com ) in New York’s SoHo district. Images...

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