Halcyon 2014-2 - page 8-9

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Contents
Eagle E-Types on page 28
Antique stained glass on page 76
Kurdish culture on page 82
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The Diary
Highlights of the cultural calendar
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The Concierge
London’s newest restaurant openings promise to tantalise
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The Interview
Property entrepreneur Niccolò Marzocco talks about his family’s latest
project – the Tour Odéon, which is transforming the skyline of Monaco
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The Drive
How a British firm is bringing a classic sports car into the modern age
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The Moment
The fob watch is making a come-back. Perhaps it never went away.
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The Event
Tate Modern’s autumn exhibition focuses on a Russian revolutionary
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The Collector
Why an ‘out of the ordinary’ sale can deliver items that are truly unique
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The Sportsman
In the Edwardian era an English gentleman knew the value of a
hand-made shotgun – and that craftsmanship still exists today
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The Vintner
We discover the secrets behind champagne house Krug’s Grand Cuvée
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The Architect
Across the world, innovative architects are looking at ways to create
buildings that are both eye-catching and environmentally sustainable
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The Mariner
The Monaco Yacht Show is the place the private yacht world does business
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The Interior
With lustrous colours, intriguing subjects and often impressive dimensions
a piece of antique stained glass can provide an unbeatable centrepiece
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The Traveller
The Kurds have no country to call their own, but they retain a unique,
independent culture and claim to be the most hospitable people on earth
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