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Rack-em Up!

Dec 19, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Toys:Monarch Billiards is a family-owned business that lives up to its regal name, offering the finest entertainment furniture that is second to none. The firm's specialty is pool tables. However, Monarch also offers a wide selection... Read More

It's Really the Cadillac?!

Dec 12, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Sporting Goods: "Cadillac" is more than an American automobile. The word is synonymously used to describe something as being the best of the best. "This is the Cadillac of lawnmowers or washing machines or television, et cetera, et... Read More

Couture Travel by Neiman Marcus

Nov 17, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Adventures: While the general populous could never understand what it's like to have so much money that you don't know what to do with yourself, it's a very real problem for you (poor baby). Five star accommodations just aren't enough.... Read More

With Pen in Hand

Nov 15, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Accessories: A Montegrappa fountain pen is a writing instrument that fuses craftsmanship and art in a manner rarely seen in a manufactured item. These pens are contoured to perfectly fit your hand. A Montegrappa pen elevates ambience... Read More

Cooking in Lapland; the New Tundra Grill

Oct 25, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Leisure: To offset any confusion, we are not talking about a grill for the Toyota Tundra but the powerful new Tundra Grill from Hammacher Schlemmer, built to withstand the elements and burn a variety of fuels including wood, charcoal,... Read More

Time Stands Still for No One!

Oct 19, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxuxy Accessories: Keeping your self-winding watch set accurately can be a rather perplexing issue when you happen to own more than one wristwatch of this nature. Strapping your various wristwatches to both arms and wearing those at the... Read More

Get in the game

Aug 30, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Toys:What is our fear of being alone that drives the insatiable desire to be constantly connected, anywhere to anyone? On the other hand, what motivates us to hide indoors, mesmerized for hours in front of a computer monitor or video... Read More

Groomed for success

Aug 24, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Five o'clock shadows are great but what could beat a well shaven man? Back in the day, a clean shave was taken seriously, worthy of a special trip to the local barber. Now days a can of shaving cream and a Bic razor pass for proper male hygiene.... Read More

Going nowhere fast

Jul 7, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Pools: Let's face it, not everyone is fortunate enough to have an Olympic-size pool in their house or backyard. That doesn't mean we should be banned from the health benefits of swimming laps. It worked for the inventors of the... Read More

Experiences of a Lifetime on Sale Now

Jun 7, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Money Does Buy Everything; Buying gifts is a task many people dread--the recipient may already have everything or you've tired out specific gift ideas. Have a sports fan on your gift list? You've probably maxed out on sports memorabilia and gear.... Read More

A week at Christie's

May 19, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

You may have missed the sale of Joseph Cornell's Medici Princess and the auctioning of exquisite diamond and colored gemstone jewelry from the private collection of Mrs. Margaret Adderley Kelly (with pre-auction estimates ranging from... Read More

The best of times, the worst of time ...and a $12,616,000 painting

May 16, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Art: It was 1963; times were both good and bad ... the Vietnam War was in full swing and JFK was assassinated but Jim Morrison and John Lennon were still alive and music still had soul. Andy Warhol was the artist of the era, with his... Read More

Looking for a new Butler?

May 2, 2005  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Luxury Services: The statement "The Butler did it" is used to deflect the blame away from the employer, but remember, they come in contact with the most private and personal side of your life. The Butler and additional staff are much too... Read More

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