Each year, the artisans of Graf von Faber-Castell produce a writing instrument using an unusual material, such as horsehair or s
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Contemporary art reaches full flower in the second week of May at the New York branches of Sotheby’s and Christie’s during their marquee s
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If you walk past the windows of Sotheby’s Manhattan salesrooms between now and April 12, stop and look at the scorched me
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With the sweet scents from the adjacent sake brewery wafting through the air, Elizabeth Norris is busy selling, framing, and res