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February 23, 1998 | BROOK S. MASON, Special To The Times
While surveying the mountain range of 40,000 possessions of the late Duke and Duchess of Windsor at Sotheby's, one tony decorator whispered, "It's ghastly, just like their vapid lives." The sight of the porcelain pugs that the duchess collected in droves led one matron to pronounce the Windsors' taste "pugnacious." Yes, a preserved morsel of the duke and duchess' wedding cake was snapped up by a San Francisco man for an almost inconceivable $29,900 Thursday, the first of nine days of sales here.
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February 23, 1998 | BROOK S. MASON, Special To The Times
While surveying the mountain range of 40,000 possessions of the late Duke and Duchess of Windsor at Sotheby's, one tony decorator whispered, "It's ghastly, just like their vapid lives." The sight of the porcelain pugs that the duchess collected in droves led one matron to pronounce the Windsors' taste "pugnacious." Yes, a preserved morsel of the duke and duchess' wedding cake was snapped up by a San Francisco man for an almost inconceivable $29,900 Thursday, the first of nine days of sales here.
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November 11, 1999 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
During the eight years Bill Caskey and Elizabeth Lees have produced the Arts of Pacific Asia Show, the demographics have changed. "Originally, the show mostly attracted serious collectors," said Lees, "but in the last five years, we've noticed a big increase in decorators and people buying for their homes. I see more evidence of people decorating with Asian influences." The expanded audience has been healthy for business, she said.
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