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Leisure: The Prince of Prague
On May 23, 1618, members of Bohemia’s Protestant aristocracy expressed their displeasure with the...
The Prince of Prague: Close Quarters
Lobkowicz Palace does not offer accommodations, but two nearby hotels in Malá Strana, or Little...
Collectibles: Star Searcher
A group of New Englanders has built a better telescope, better than the bronze Art Nouveau–style...
Robb Design Portfolio: Little Red Ball
The red cue ball in this billiards set from 1951 represents the People’s Republic of China (PRC);...
Art: The People's Art
Fine art has long served propagandistic purposes. Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel frescoes, for...
Best of the Best 2007: Pens
Some 34,000 years ago, people carved artworks from the ivory tusks of the mammoths that roamed the...
Best of the Best 2007: Pens: Loiminchay Nine Dragons
Loiminchay Nine Dragons In Chinese art and folklore, dragons often symbolize power and prosperity...
Best of the Best 2007: Art
The little girl wears a serious expression and a sumptuous lace-trimmed gown, which the green...
Best of the Best 2007: Antiques: Alessandro Cesati
Alessandro Cesati Italian locksmith Francesco de Francisci brought a lethal knowledge of...
Contributors: Experience Required
Anthony Dias Blue has spent the last 30 years covering the wine and spirits industries, sampling...
Best of the Best 2007: Art: Fischbach Gallery
Fischbach Gallery New York artist Colin Brown had become frustrated with his charcoal nightscapes...
From The Editors: Best of the Good, Worst of the Bad
“Jesus saves,” declared a bumper-sticker slogan for the Big Bad Boston Bruins of the early 1970s, “...
Best of the Best 2007: Antiques
Robert and Cheska Vallois’ fondness for Jean-Michel Frank’s Art Deco furnishings began more than...
Sport: Wider Target
Hunting has supplanted golf as a means of cultivating social and business contacts, claims Richard...
Art: Animal Attraction
When Judy Kensley Mckie sees a duck on a pond, she does not think, “Oh, how cute,” or “Look at it...
FrontRunners: Wheel Write
To the extent that pens can resemble cars, the Tibaldi for Bentley ( www.tibaldi.it ) writing...
Collectibles: Pole to Pole
Eernest Shackleton failed in his attempt to become the first man to reach the South Pole, but he...
Antiques: Curiouser and Curiouser
Interior decorator and antiques dealer Keith Skeel considers the decorative objects that he owns...
The Collector: Pure Country
Its Owner George Gruhn has owned and operated Gruhn Guitars in downtown Nashville, Tenn., since...
FrontRunners: Original Inking
When the subject of Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein (1923–1997) comes up, most of us think of paintings...
The Collector: A Man and His Dog
Its Owner Edward Horswell is the director of London’s Sladmore Gallery, which specializes in...
Collectibles: Rare Books and Raw Criticisms
The Biblioctopus Catalog can be as entertaining a read as some of the rare and antiquarian books...
Robb Design Portfolio: Venetian Find
However striking a fazioli piano ( www.fazioli.com ) may appear, the instrument’s truly...
Collectibles: What the Doctor Ordered
Dr. C. Keith Wilbur’s collection of antique medical instruments indicates that 150 years ago, his...
FrontRunners: Reel Good
The formidable line of custom fly-fishing reels from Hatch Outdoors ( www.hatchoutdoors.com ) has a...
The Collector: A Winning Hand
Its Owner Bill Mastro is the chairman and CEO of Mastro Auctions, a Chicagoland consignment auction...
From The Editors: Doggone, Daddy, Gone
‘‘If popularity were a true measure of worth,” a reporter for the New York Daily News wrote just...
FrontFunners: Dupont Versailles
In 1682, Louis XIV—wishing to lock his fractious nobles in a golden cage where he could keep an eye...
The Collector: The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of
Its Owner Gary Milan, a retired dentist who lives in the greater Los Angeles area, maintains...
Collectibles: The Shape of an Idea
The item pictured here—a miniature model of a 19th-century brush-making machine that could produce...
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