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  1. The acclaimed pâtés, terrines, and cured meats served at New York’s Bar Boulud soon can be purchased at Epicerie Boulud ( www.danielnyc.com ), chef Daniel Boulud’s Upper West Side boutique and café...
  2. Sally Sirkin Lewis, who has spent nearly four decades creating designs for her Los Angeles–based furniture and textiles company, has introduced J. Robert Scott Ombré ( www.jrobertscott.com ), a...
  3. The pen and the sword do not have to be at odds with each other, as evidenced by the S.T. Dupont Samurai Limited Edition ( www.st-dupont.com ). The designs of this new line of pens and lighters from...
  4. Tat­tooist and artist Scott Campbell, of Brook­lyn, N.Y., has lent his interpretations of classic patterns and animal symbols from the Chinese zodiac to a collection of Louis Vuitton sportswear and...
  5. Christopher Guy calls Singapore home; his furniture creations, however, seem to exist in a fantasy world. "I designed an Alice in Wonderland–inspired chair a couple of years ago and really didn’t...
  6. Chef Daniel Boulud will host his 14th annual Sunday supper to benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels on March 6 at Daniel on Park Avenue and 65th Street in New York. Boulud and guest Chef Gérald Passédat of Le...
  7. Hungarian shoe designer Ildikó Gál recently opened her first shop at 790 Madison Avenue in New York, where, for starting around $2,000, those interested can purchase a pair of handmade ready-to-wear...
  8. When it comes to avian hygiene, the fine-feathered friends on your estate’s grounds could hardly do better than the Audubon Birdbath and Sundial ($6,400). Cast by hand from 110 pounds of silicone...
  9. The ancient Dong son culture of Southeast Asia left behind bronzes of unrivaled complexity and beauty. Best known are the drums that its people fashioned in sizes ranging from 3 inches to 3 feet in...
  10. Florence-based artist Jens Praet has added five pieces to Shredded ( www.jenspraet.com ), his limited-edition collection of furniture rendered from the pages of magazines. Praet mixes the shredded...

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