Pippa Small’s Latest Jewelry Collection Pairs Ancient Greek and Roman Artifacts With 18K Gold Settings
Pippa Small’s collaboration with Antiquarium is the ultimate example of upcycling.
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How Nautical Clocks Are Crafted to Withstand the Tides of Time
Seaworthy examples of maritime timekeeping (from both past and present).
The Guennol Stargazer — an iconic work of art from the 3rd millennium BC
With its sleek, abstract form and its eyes tilted slightly towards the heavens, this rare complete idol from Anatolia is set to be a highlight of Classic Week in New York Standing 9 inches high, the Guennol Stargazer is one of the finest and largest preserved Anatolian marble female idols of Kiliya type — and will be offered in […]
Modern Silver Designs Are a Smart Investment
The nostalgic allure, rarity, and beauty of these pieces and sets are fueling collectors’ demand…
Bespoke Binoculars from WWII Offered Exclusively to RobbReport.com Readers
These antique optics from the Japanese Navy were used in combat and took over six months to restore…
The Other Post Man
J. C. Leyendecker’s 1928 Saturday Evening Post cover marking the tercentennial of the “First Thanksgiving” goes to auction in May…
Ultimate Gift Guide 2014: Reality Check
The Gift A modern replica of the Turk, a chess-playing automaton that defeated Benjamin Franklin, chided Napoléon Bonaparte for cheating, and enchanted the elites of the 18th and 19th centuries. $1.5 Million for the Electronic Version or $1.2 Million For the Classic Design The wondrous creation dubbed the Turk originated from a royal dare. In 1769, […]
Money in the Banks
The upcoming auction of a mechanical-bank collection promises to draw plenty of interest. Max Berry remembers the evening in the early 1970s when he and his wife hosted Yitzhak Rabin for dinner at their Washington, D.C., home. Rabin, who would serve as Israel’s prime minister from 1974 to 1977 and from 1992 until his assassination in […]
Eggs in Many Baskets
The House of Fabergé is famous for the enameled and bejeweled Easter eggs that it made for the Russian royal family, but under the direction of Peter Carl Fabergé—who ran the business from 1872 until it was nationalized in 1917 following the Russian Revolution—the company’s workshops produced a broad range of wares that included the […]