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  1. The latest very light jet, Embraer’s Phenom 100, might be the most attractive for passengers concerned with the space limitations of this new, relatively inexpensive class of aircraft. The $2.75...
  2. Robb Report has written about vintage planes and the people who collect, restore, maintain, and fly them on a number of occasions. We do so again in this issue with the story on collectors of Grumman...
  3. Throughout his 25 years in the watch industry, Gérald Roden has been a huge fan of legendary watch designer Gérald Genta. Today, as president of the brand bearing Genta’s name, Roden is intent on...
  4. For nearly two decades, Lisa Black, a New York native living in Australia, learned about tribal antiquities and oceanic art from her husband, Robert Bleakley. He is the former director of the tribal...
  5. Italian clothing maker Corneliani (800.222.9477, www.corneliani.com ) recently obtained a small cache of Super 210 fabric woven from wool fiber measuring an almost microscopic 12.9 microns. The...
  6. By naming the watch after the Prussian medal for outstanding artistic and scientific accomplishments, A. Lange & Sohne (310.980.5264, www.lange-uhren.com ) established lofty expectations in 1994...
  7. Ballantyne and 13 other Scottish yarn spinners, weavers, and knitters—including Johnstons, Alex Begg, John Laing, William Lockie, Peter Scott, and Hawick—compose the Scottish Cashmere Club, a...
  8. Cigars and clothing share a pair of fundamental truths: A product that is in fashion soon will be out, and one that is out of fashion someday will return. Accordingly, the candela, a cigar wrapped in...
  9. CLOS DU VAL DUSTY BOTTLE CLUB Thanks to the depredations of Prohibition and relatively small quantities of wine produced in California as compared to Bordeaux, the opportunity to acquire older...
  10. As anyone does when buying wine, Eugene Mulvihill, owner of Restaurant Latour on the grounds of his Crystal Springs resort (973.827.5996, www.crystalgolfresort.com ) in Vernon, N.J., takes chances...

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