Hand-turned resin in cool marble or warm tobacco tones and jewelry-quality filigree combine to create the first collection of Cuervo y Sobrin
Throughout his career as an architect, designer, and artist, Ron Arad has done much to destroy the distinctions between the industrial, de
Billy joel turned 60 in May.
Mammoth tusks are among the rare materials that have covered the barrels of the instruments in Graf von Faber-Castell’s Pen of the Year serie
Swiss luxury brand Caran d’Ache pays tribute to the famous authors who traversed Lake Geneva with its Secret Journey trilogy writing instrume
Film lovers and Russian avant-garde aficionados alike should take note of the offering from the personal collection of author Susan Pack,
The Scheufele family, owners of the Swiss watch and jewelry brand Chopard, has collaborated with opera star José Carreras on a collection
Watchmaker François-Paul Journe concluded that pen caps, though necessary for protecting fountain pens’ nibs from damage and writers’ clot
Rare-book collectors have made the wood-paneled galleries of Bauman Rare Books in Philadelphia and New York their preferred destinations f
If the press now delight in deriding the devils of Wall Street—those bankers or hedge-fund managers whom the public deems responsible for
A new design for challenging times, S.T.
Recently, one of our editors brought to the attention of the rest of the staff an April article from the Washington Post that neatly encap
Montblanc is celebrating the legacy of German archaeologist Max von Oppenheim with its 2009 Patron of Art Edition, an annual limited-edition
The Montegrappa Paulo Coelho pen (866.854.1674, www.montegrappa.com) is a tribute to
The one-of-a-kind David Oscarson Jacques de Molay pen (636.458.4345, www.davidoscar
The 450-plus gemstones on the barrel of the Curtis Australia Wildlife Warriors Gold Warrior fountain pen (+61.3.5152.1089,
In the 1920s, Cartier created several collections of jewelry and accessories that united influences from the Art Deco and Orientalist desi
Moving designs from Mattia Cielo.
Just as Bentley obtained seats from Bugatti, the Italian penmaker Tibaldi recently procured barrel-wrapping material from Bentley.
After nearly two decades of searching the Valley of the Kings for undiscovered burial sites, British archaeologist Howard Carter stumbled
Can Los Angeles—a youth-obsessed metropolis where erasing the signs of aging is a full-time job for many—love what is old?
More than 50 years ago, the Lladró brothers of Spain—Juan, José, and Vicente—debuted an innovative process for finishing porcelain that requi
To produce its $30,000 Damascene Straight Razor (www.hommage.com), Homm
David Copperfield, who has been performing magic tricks since childhood, plans to put on 500 shows this year in Las Vegas and other locati
Earth’s jewels from Astro Gallery of Gems
Addled by absinthe and hashish, Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920) destroyed many of his early portraits and sculptures, calling th
Having drifted on and off the Western cultural radar for decades, the Qatari art market is enjoying a seemingly permanent revival that is
Perhaps our most daunting challenge as editors of a magazine about connoisseurship is that our audience is one of the most so
Yves Saint Laurent turned fashion into art not only through his work as one of the 20th century’s greatest couturiers, but al
"Every guitar has its own personality," says luthier John Monteleone. "It’s my job to give it its own dynamic voice.