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Icons Innovators: Beretta
Leaving Their Mark Look closely and you will see a hunter, dressed in skins, working a ramrod down...
Icons & Innovators: Cartier: An Uncompromising Position
Challenging the absence of soul, detail, and uniqueness in mass-produced adornments that flooded...
Icons & Innovations: Sotheby's: The Night a Painting Broke the Nine-Figure Barrier
We have no Circus Maximus today, no chariot races. But we do have the art auction, which—far from...
Icons & Innovators: Beretta: Show Guns
When you lift a really fine firearm, it seems to float in your hands; the equilibrium is so perfect...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Ruhlmann Rules
Frank Pollaro adores Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann’s Art Deco furniture, but there are days when he curses...
21 Ultimate Gifts: The Cradle of Evolution
Although to this day not everyone agrees with his conclusions, Englishman Charles Darwin helped...
Long before settling into his Norman Revival–style house in Connecticut, the executive of a...
2006 Private Preview: SeaFair's Grand Luxe
After selling the Palm Beach, Fla., art and antiques fair that they cocreated in 1997 (now called...
Collectibles: Full Nelson
The Battle of Trafalgar was British Admiral Horatio Nelson’s finest hour, and it was one of his...
FrontRunners: Sign of the Times
Pens may not require the intricate technical mechanics of fine Swiss watches, but manufacture...
A Monumental Canvas
The abstract expressionists were an extravagant bunch who lived intensely and painted on a scale...
Best of the Best 2005: Art Galleries
Sometime in the 1980s, Warren Adelson, founder of Adelson Galleries in New York, received a call...
Best of the Best 2005: Pens
Montblanc Bohème Royal The Bohème Royal pen by Montblanc is anything but bohemian. This $150,000...
Best of the Best 2005: Antiques
At its booth at the 2005 TEFAF Maastricht fair, London antiques dealer Trevor Philip & Sons...
Feature: The Usual
Always the gentleman, Rudolf van der Lak personally greets everyone who enters his bar, often with...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Peace Sign
With the goal of creating the world’s most precious pen, artist David Montalto di Fragnito spent...
21 Ultimate Gifts: War Records
Winston Churchill, Franklin Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, Douglas MacArthur, and virtually every...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Play Book
Although official records noting his baptism, his marriage, the births of his children, the death...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Jolly Old London
Although connoisseurship usually must be nurtured over the course of years, if not decades, through...
From The Editors: Toy Maker to the Tsars
However casually one delves into the realm of the ultimate gift, one inevitably encounters Peter...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Chess Unmatched
Carl Fabergé’s workshop is renowned for creating splendid objets d’art, not chess sets. Indeed, the...
Appliances: Tile of Great Style
When Ann Sacks founded her company in 1980, she was intent on displaying her tile in a manner that...
Collectibles: Dialed In
In a sunlit studio in rural Oxfordshire, England, Joanna Migdal, dental drill in hand, kneels...
Collectibles: Duck, Duck, Goose
Elmer Crowell knew his talent for making wooden waterfowl decoys was extraordinary. The East...
FrontRunners: Beyond Standard Fair
Serious collectors once had only two options when they wanted to shop for art and antiques: attend...
Antiques: A Century of Silver
Alastair Crawford holds a large silver platter in his hands and tilts it to show the subtle detail...
Front Runners: September in Chicago with Georges
Sunday in the Park with George, the 1985 Pulitzer Prize–winning Broadway musical by Stephen...
Front Runners: Duke as Docent
Inheriting an estimated $80 million and a Gilded Age cottage overlooking the Atlantic in Newport, R...
FrontRunners: Picturing The Last Wilderness
Subhankar Banerjee has no fear of the wilderness. In 2001, he set out on a two-year, 4,000-mile...
Antiques: Bring Plenty to the Table
When Blatt Billiards opened in New York in 1923, the city was in the throes of pool fever. Eight-...
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