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Richard Mille Introduces $105,000 Mechanical Fountain Pen

Fountain pen has always represented a symbol of luxury that has a lot more power than you think. If you’re a fan of his type of writing instrument, you’ll be impressed with this luxury edition by Richard Mille. Luxury Swiss watchmaker Richard Mille decided to redesign the classic style of the fountain pen that we […]

Rare Historical Documents and Manuscripts at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

Lion Heart Autographs has announced an extraordinary line-up of rare documents to be offered exclusively at The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from February 10-16, 2016. One of the earliest documents ever signed by Emperor Napoleon & Empress Josephine joins a vast array of historically important […]

Robot Solves Rubik’s Cube In Just One Second

After the robot Dip Blu, who in 1997 succeeded in defeating the Russian chess grandmaster Garry Kasparov, the time has come for robot that rapidly solves Rubik’s Cube. According to Daily Mail, software engineers Jay Flatland and Paul Rose from Kansas City, Missouri, made the little robot who succeeds in exactly 1.047 seconds to solve […]

Hermès’ Carnets d’Equateur Tableware Collection

Hermès International celebrates wildlife in form of its Carnets d’Equateur tableware collection. Exclusive line of 35 porcelain pieces features the work of the late wildlife artist Robert Dallet, with whom the brand has collaborated many times over the years, notably for its silk scarves. Some of the elaborate exotic creations of the collection include lions, […]

$1 Million Photo of Potato

Photograph titled “Potato # 345” shot by renowned Irish photographer Kevin Abosch in 2010, was sold last year for $1 million, thus becoming one of the 20 most expensive photos in the world. Abosch is best known for his portraits of celebrities from the world of entertainment, especially businesses. He takes $150,000 portraits of Silicon […]

Circular Incense Burner of the Ru kiln on eBay For $21 Million

Incense has long been associated with Chinese culture. Its use in Chinese civilization goes back thousands of years. Evidence of incense-burning in China exists from Neolithic times. Its popularity, however, seems to mirror the rise of the Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasties. From a cultural standpoint, all strata of society, from peasant to soldiers to […]

From Concetration Camp to Prestigious Resort – Mamula Island

Mamula Island in the Adriatic Sea in the Bay of Kotor in Montenegro is a 19th century fort used as a concentration camp by Italian troops serving under fascist dictator Benito Mussolini. Now, a former concentration camp island fortress – called Lastavica, which is popularly known as Mamula will be transformed into a luxury high-end […]