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  1. The Meissen porcelain factory near Dresden, Germany, is best known for its popular figurines depicting people and animals in allegorical and pastoral scenes. In the early 18th century, however, the...
  2. THE GIFT An exclusive two-day visit for the recipient and a guest to Bourdon House, the Georgian mansion in London that serves as Alfred Dunhill’s flagship store and private club. Round-trip, first-...
  3. THE GIFT A vineyard-to-table trip for two—created and led by chef Charlie Palmer—that begins in California’s Sonoma wine country and ends in two New York temples of haute cuisine. A personal...
  4. THE GIFT An elaborate circa-1875 games table, equipped with original pieces and made specifically for the Albemarle Club in London, the famous private club that was rocked by the Oscar Wilde scandal...
  5. When Nôtre Dame, Versailles, or Maisons-Laffitte need to restore or replace decorative hardware on windows and doors, there is one firm they call: Rémy Garnier, which has been headquartered in Paris’...
  6. In celebration of its 35th anniversary, Tumi re-created some if its original leather travel pieces this season. Best known for pioneering the use of high-quality ballistic nylon in travel and...
  7. The Italian fashion house Gucci has created stylish 3-D glasses for optimum viewing of 3-D movies. The black plastic aviator frames with Gucci’s signature green- and red-striped detail were designed...
  8. Like James Dyson’s remarkable reworking of the vacuum cleaner, mechanical engineer David Kahng reinvented the umbrella by turning the rainy-day object into a weatherproof work of art. The...
  9. For its bold new eyewear collection, German automaker Maybach turned to IVKO, another Teutonic brand, to handcraft shades worthy of its über-luxe vehicles. Emulating the posh interiors of Maybach...
  10. French designer Hervé van der Straeten, known for exceptionally crafted nature-inspired furniture, accessories, and jewelry, has just released several new bronze designs that will be represented...

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