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Collectibles: Rising with the Tide
Craig Sopin assumed the upcoming 100th anniversary of the sinking of Titanic would boost demand for...
FrontRunners: Drop a Line
Swiss watchmaker Ulysse Nardin, which first found success in the mid-1800s manufacturing marine...
From the Editors: Domestic Harmony
Ideally, a home—whether modest or magnificent—not only shelters the human body from the elements,...
Zegnart at National Musem of XXI Century Arts
Italian menswear brand Ermenegildo Zegna unveiled its first in series of art exhibitions and...
The Robb Reader: Forrest Fenn
As an air force fighter pilot in the Vietnam War, Forrest Fenn flew 328 missions and was shot down...
Robb Design Portfolio: Rare Birds
A Swedish firearms maker that has produced limited-edition hunting rifles displaying design themes...
FrontRunners: Goldsmith Standard
Jack Row Exclusive Writing Instruments debuted its inaugural design, Architect ( www.jackrow.com...
Collectibles: Drawing Power
Before Heritage Auctions acquired the estate of Garth Montgomery Williams, Ed Jaster—a senior vice...
Art: Paris by Brushstrokes
The vast contemporary art collection at the Pompidou Center in Paris has been known to overwhelm...
In the early 20th century, Japanese fountain pen maker Namiki was faced with a dilemma; merchants...
FrontRunners: Weight of the World
A 6-foot-by-4.5-foot, 330-pound atlas from Australian publisher Millennium House, Earth Platinum (...
From the Editors: Dishonors in Scotland
The acceptance of certain gifts sometimes has unexpected consequences. The Scottish monarchy, for...
Robb Design Portfolio: Gehry's Game
In Frank Gehry’s world, it is a small landscape: a chunk of real estate approximately 40 square...
FrontRunners: Tree Toppler
You might need a Christmas tree with braces instead of just branches to hang the 13.4-pound, $900...
21 Ultimate Gifts: Harlequin Romance
The GIFT A set of five one-of-a-kind David Oscarson Harlequin pens, embellished with diamonds,...
FrontRunners: Holy Writes
The commander of the angels, the archangel Michael, appears on the barrel of the Tibaldi Sanctus...
Collectibles: Small Wonders
Joseph Kurstin’s first netsuke was inexpensive and unattractive. But after five decades, the piece...
Art: Micro Masterpieces
Oliver Cromwell may have famously instructed artists to depict him "warts and all," but he had...
From the Editors: A Silver Lining
Tales of the search for those raw materials that make possible the objects of beauty included in...
Smart Collectors: Art: Eli Broad
Los Angeles’ biggest patron of the arts is Eli Broad, the billionaire philanthropist and...
FrontRunners: In Its Element
The cross-grained olive wood used in the Graf von Faber-Castell Elemento Collection ( www.faber-...
Art: American Masters
When the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art opens in Bentonville, Ark., on November 11, it will...
Smart Collectors: Books: Gerald Dorros
Unusual among book collectors because he did not grow up in a book-laden household, Dr. Gerald...
Robb Design Portfolio: Family Trees
Three generations of Atlanta’s Moulthrop family ( www.moulthropstudios.com ) have yielded to the...
The beauty of the image is undeniable: A regal model in a black-and-white gown nearly glows against...
Collectibles: Lincoln Lots
A parade of Abraham Lincoln–related milestones began two years ago with the bicentennial of his...
The Robb Reader: Count Anton Wolfgang von Faber-Castell
For his new book about Jesus, Pope Benedict XVI is using Faber-Castell pencils to write his...
A Tiger Market
Last November, Peter Bainbridge, of Bainbridges, a small auction house in England, asked his...
From the Editors: The Last Empresses
The most conspicuous removal of imperial treasures from China to points west occurred in 1860 when...
Collectibles: Tales from the Hood
Kewpie dolls, comets, airplanes, dogs, Indians, policemen, birds, butterflies, devils thumbing...
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