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French interior design from the 1950s and 60s fetches stellar prices in the market. Though disregarded for decades, it is now hailed as classic.
A tiny Spanish publisher has won the right to clone the world’s most mysterious book, the Voynich Manuscript.
Made for at the request of the Maison’s faithful friend Ettore Bugatti, the chronograph is back where it belongs.
The belongings of the last surviving sister, Deborah Mitford (she of Chatsworth House fame) will be going under hammer at Sotheby’s London in March, 2016.
This “chicken cup” sold for HK$281 million ($36.05 million) at a Sotheby’s auction today, setting a world record for Chinese porcelain.