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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPut away the quarters and funnels and break out the crystal. Big spenders sip and swish rather than gulp and chug. And their bar accouterments are as swanky as their spirits. New on the shelves: For its 130th anniversary, Veuve Clicquot is kicking its...
Brighten, Betsy Johnson, Louis Vuitton, Seven, Prada, Nine West, BCBG, Tiffany & Co, True Religion.... all 50-70% off! Plus one Wednesday, every month, Belle Mode Boutique and Consignment in Folsom hosts 20% off everything in the store. The little...
Times Staff WriterImagine wearing a $1-million rendition of Walt Disney Hall on your lapel? That was Frank Gehry's first thought about designing jewelry several years ago, when he proposed a brooch, covered in diamonds, to raise money for the building project. Tiffany &...
ON the second Sunday of each month, Peggy Caffey, chairwoman of the collectibles department at the College for Appraisers in Cypress, heads for the Rose Bowl Flea Market and joins the team offering free assessments of shoppers' discoveries, sorting the...
Sentinel Staff WriterHere is a selection of 2004-05 fund-raisers and other social events that support local arts and culture groups. Information is subject to change; contact individual groups for updates. Albin Polasek Museum The museum, 633 Osceola Ave. in Winter Park,...
Past the heavy glass doors of the world's most famous jewelry store, two glimmering rings sit waiting to be selected for the proper marriage. One is a diamond-inlaid platinum band selling for $11,700, the other a matching engagement ring priced at $37,...
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Sun StaffYears will pass before young Joshua Taylor Ehrlich realizes that not all newborns receive embroidered bibs from the White House or balloon bouquets from actor-turned-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger. By then, Joshua will have outgrown the University of...
Vicki and Bob Abraham -- Tiffany & Co. man in the moon rattle. Nancy and Alan Abramson -- hand-painted burping clothes. Elizabeth Amos -- specially made small knitted booties. Joan Anderson -- For the Governor, Ronald Reagan time piece. For Joshua,...
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