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Anglo-Saxon Gold Hoard Discovery (2009)

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  • The Look for Less: Staffordshire dog purebreds vs. HSN's new pups

    A couple of summers back I wrote about the Los Angeles residence of fashion designer Johnson Hartig, a home filled with recent Damien Hirst paintings and a curious collection of antique ceramic figurines, including packs of Staffordshire dogs in almost...
  • 'Camelot' costume designer Joan Bergin discusses the Starz series

    In the course of researching an article about great costume design on TV, I had the opportunity to chat with Joan Bergin, costume designer for "Camelot," the new Starz series based on the Arthurian legend. The Irish costume designer picked...

    Wall Art: The 'how' of the hanging

    Wall Art: The 'how' of the hanging
    Often lost in the sea of nails, hooks, hammers, levels (and expletives) is the potential for glory that exists in the hanging of art on one's walls. We're talking about the arrangement and composition -- the "how" of the hanging. We're talking about...

    'Cursed' Roman ring may be Tolkien's 'ring to rule them all'

    An exhibit opening Tuesday at England's National Trust property The Vyne in Hampshire will feature a rather precious object — perhaps even the Precious, as Gollum would have it. The exhibit centers around a "cursed" Roman ring that is believed to...

    The Siren's Call: A horn of plenty's worth of holiday reading

    The Siren's Call: A horn of plenty's worth of holiday reading
    One Thanksgiving lesson most school kids probably don't receive has to do with the horn of plenty adorning festive paintings. For me it always seemed like a weird choice for carrying harvested food — what about a simple, flat-bottomed basket? But...