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  • Neiman Marcus Fantasy Gifts

    The retailer Neiman Marcus has released the 85th edition of its Christmas Book, featuring several "fantasy gifts" of extraordinary luxury and whimsy. According to the catalog, this table-tennis table "doubles as a contemporary work of art." It is sculpted by artist Tom Burr from black rubber. For each one sold, $2,500 will go to the mentoring organization Big Brothers Big Sisters. Price: $45,000
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    The Neiman Marcus-Edition Hacker-Craft Speedboat has a gold-leafed waterline and a monogrammed humidor. For every one sold, $3,000 will go to Double H Ranch, a program that supports children with life-threatening illness. Price: $250,000
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    Inspired by the 1960s TV series "I Dream of Jeannie," the Dream Folly is "the ideal simulation of a genie's posh bottle," the catalog states. It starts with an 18-foot-diameter yurt made by Rainier Yurts. For each folly sold, $5,000 will go to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. See next slide for interior. Price begins at $75,000.
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    Inside the yurt one will find "a bevy of one-of-a-kind, down-filled pillows from renowned designer Rebecca Vizard." Linen wall coverings come from Coleman Taylor Handpainted Textiles, in Alabama, and there's a handmade crystal chandelier from New Orleans-based Julie Neill Designs.
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    This gift is a "bespoke" library built by Assouline, the publishing house "renowned for its beautiful volumes and cultural perspective." They will fill the shelves with 250 current and vintage volumes in genres ranging from art, photography, architecture, design, fashion and food. Neiman Marcus will donate $2,500 to First Book, a youth-literacy nonprofit. Price: $125,000
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    This year's "His and Hers" fantasy gift is a pair of "dancing fountains" by WET, a company that makes high-tech fountains. WET will install "underwater robot nozzles" at your home, simulating "an elegant duo [that] whirls, twirls, sweeps, and bows." Neiman Marcus will donate $10,000 to Water.org, which provides safe drinking water and sanitation to third-world countries. Price: $1,000,000
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    The NM edition of the 2012 Ferrari FF goes from 0 to 60 in less than 3.7 seconds and can go faster than 200 mph, according to the catalog. It has a "unique" exterior color: "Grigio Caldo" (cold grey). It seats four and comes with a custom luggage set. Price: $395,000
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    You and six friends can visit Stone Barns Farm, 25 miles north of Manhattan in Pocantico Hills, N.Y. An "edible garden lesson" with the farmer gives way to a demonstration and four-course lunch by Chef Adam Kaye. The full price will go to Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, which advances sustainable farming and eating. Price: $9,500
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    On May 12, 2012, the International Flower Show Tour, Arranged by Jetway Private Air, will take you and nine friends to Europe on a Gulfstream G-IV, stopping first in Merges, Switzerland. The next stops are Athens, Avignon, France and London, for the Chelsea Flower Show. Neiman Marcus will donate $5,000 to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Price: $420,000
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    Buy this gift and invite 20 friends over for the Johnnie Walker Private Scotch Tasting. A Scottish bagpiper will play, and a "Master of Whisky" will lead you through Johnnie Walker Blue, Black, Gold, Red and Green Labels. All proceeds going to amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research. Price: $5,000 Click <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/nightline">here</a> to go to the Nightline show page.
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