Articles in Art & Collectibles

This gold-and-diamond piece coils around the neck.
Moving designs from Mattia Cielo. Movement gives jewelry a soul; it brings it to life," says Mattia...
Photo by Gianni Zenone
Just as Bentley obtained seats from Bugatti, the Italian penmaker Tibaldi recently procured barrel...
Among the items for sale at Heritage Auction Galleries’ 2009 May Signature Natural History Auction...
In addition to cofounding the National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C., sculptor Chaim...
After nearly two decades of searching the Valley of the Kings for undiscovered burial sites,...
The Art Chicago fair, which runs May 1-4, will emphasize emerging modern artists through NEXT, a...
Early-20th-century American sculptor Chaim Gross was among the first collectors of African and...
A rifle with a hefty provenance. Winchester’s Model 1886, designed by firearms pioneer John...
To produce its $30,000 Damascene Straight Razor (www.hommage.com), Hommage, a Paris-based grooming...
More than 50 years ago, the Lladró brothers of Spain—Juan, José, and Vicente—debuted an innovative...
Photograph by Robert Wedemeyer
Born on the day of the 75th Kentucky Derby (the winning Thoroughbred was called Ponder), artist...
Photograph by Jeremy N. Garamond
Can Los Angeles—a youth-obsessed metropolis where erasing the signs of aging is a full-time job for...
Bibliophiles take note: The New York Antiquarian Book Fair will take place April 3-5 at the Park...
Artist Ana Tzarev returned home to her studio in the South of France from a trip to Japan in 2001,...
London-based luxury house Alfred Dunhill has created a line of pens that pays homage to the company...
Earth’s jewels from Astro Gallery of Gems Occasionally, gem expert Dennis Tanjeloff allows...
The International Asian Art Fair, the flagship event of New York’s Asia Week, has been canceled...
Having drifted on and off the Western cultural radar for decades, the Qatari art market is enjoying...
David Copperfield, who has been performing magic tricks since childhood, plans to put on 500 shows...
Addled by absinthe and hashish, Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920) destroyed many of his...

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