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How the Herman Miller Aeron chair helps to combat some of the potential problems of the office.
Taking special care of your leather will extend the life of your garment. If you do not take care of your leather and suede clothes carefully, you may lose them.
Diamond history: Brief history of the diamond in human usage and a some facts about some of the world's most famous diamonds
The one thing you can do to spice up your life is to buy a convertible. You'll feel great and look great too!
History and description of the Hamilton Ventura, the world's first electric watch
History of Heywood Wakefield furniture, the finest quality furniture manufactured in America
The basics of choosing a diamond based on cut, clarity, carat and color, as well as the different shapes and jewelry they can come in.
Purchasing a fur coat in Montreal can save you a range from $5,000 to $15,000 plus. Canadians furs are of a higher quality than their us counterparts. The pelts are denser because the animals grow thicker fur as insulation from the colder climate.
Jewelers judge diamonds by four qualities. Read this short lesson in judging a well-cut diamond.
This article shows those with a limited budget how to look rich and feel great without spending too much money.
Almost everyone has a box of sparkling old buttons from Grandma's sewing chest to marvel at, or set of dominoes, checkers or mahjongg pieces rescued from a flea market.
History of James Purdey & Sons, an English gunmaker and a description of their manufacturing process.
Ostrich leather is one of the most sought after leathers in the world. Come see why it's in such demand.
History and description of Patek Philippe watches, which are among the world's very best mechanical timepieces.
Queen Anne furniture was popular in America from about 1720 to 1760. Its beautiful walnut furniture with S shape curves that blends well with modern decorating styles make it highly desirable today.
Hepplewhite and Sheraton were popular American furniture styles in the late 1700s. Learn the background of major craftsmen of this era, how to identify these styles, and how to spot reproductions.
What you need to know when buying a diamond to get the best quality diamond for your money.
A comparison between Wusthof and J.A. Henckels kitchen knives.