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“Suzanne Saperstein, ex-wife of Metro Networks founder David Saperstein, is still asking $125 million for "Fleur de Lys," a 41,000-square-foot, French chateau-inspired mansion near Beverly Hills with gold-embossed leather wall coverings and a ballroom.”
“The home has Italian marble walls, gold-embossed leather wall coverings, a ballroom and a screening room.”
“The home has gold-embossed leather wall coverings, a ballroom with ceiling frescoes and a screening room with seating for 50.”
“But many of the smaller items are the most moving — a small poem signed by Lorenzo; a replica of Galileo's wooden telescope, covered in gold-embossed Florentine leather; and a tiny, delicate gold filigree cradle with a baroque pearl inside, a wedding gift to Anna Maria Louisa de Medici, daughter of Cosimo III, by her husband, in hope of an heir.”
“But the gold-embossed edition that came out last month may be the last volume of the Denver Register ever printed.”
“But times are tough, and the gold-embossed edition that came out last month may be the last volume of the Register ever printed.”
“The entire set is bound in hand-tooled Moroccan leather, with a gold-embossed eagle, flanked by his initials, on the spine.”
“More an intellectual than a corporate titan, Vanderbilt created the Platonic ideal of a library: plush red chairs surrounded by built-in walnut bookcases filled with 10,000 gold-embossed, leather-covered volumes in eight different languages.”
“You can pray to St. Anthony all you like but you'll see gold-embossed Miracleman Omnibus with a foreword by both Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane before you'll ever set eyes on the trade paperback of this puppy, thanks largely to the Walt Disney company.”
“A crisp, cream, gold-embossed wedding invitation hits your doormat.”
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