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Very few contemporary craftsmen have Robert Ogden’s eye for detail. For his namesake Warehouse Table Lamp, this self-taught artist and metalsmith scoured flea markets, factories and junk shops in search of machinery, vintage doodads and decorative doohickeys that ultimately come together in a hodgepodge of hauteness. A one-of-a-kind work of industrial art, the height-adjustable lamp distinguishes itself with a blue quilted mercury shade (circa 1930, discovered in a warehouse near Kansas City), knobs salvaged from steam boilers and water spigots, a cuckoo clock pinecone counterweight and a belt wheel base from an early woodworking machine.

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A pocket square is a touch of old school class. It’s an element that casually lets people know you’re a gentleman. This knife from Gerber borrows its name from the humble pocket square because it too is sharp and dressy. Eschewing superfluous design elements for a sleek, clean appearance, the Gerber Pocket Square Knife is refined and mature. The machined aluminum handle is paired with a 3” drop point blade and an ambidextrous thumb lift for one stunning folder. If James Bond relied on a pocket knife, this would be it.