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That’s because behind closed doors, and locked in a vault, are one-of-a-kind treasures too valuable for the selling floor.

“Just because it’s not out doesn’t mean that we don’t have it,” says Daniel Kramer, vice president and general manager for Neiman Marcus.

The Red Sox said La Russa will assist Dombrowski in all areas of baseball operations, including player development and consultation with the major and minor league coaching staffs.

La Russa has spent the past four seasons in the Arizona Diamondbacks' front office.

There’s generally a credenza with food—there’s crystal and china, you’re not eating off plastic.

One time, we ordered all of the Cristal that the vendor could supply.

Elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 2014, La Russa ranks third on Major League Baseball's all-time managerial wins list, having compiled a record of 2,728-2,365 (.536) from 1979-2011 with the White Sox (1979-86), Athletics (1986-95), and Cardinals (1996-2011).

Boston may be better known for Subarus and Bean boots than ostentatious displays of wealth, but with more mega-rich residents than ever before, that reputation is lately starting to fade./ Photograph by Toan Trinh Up on the third floor of Neiman Marcus in Copley Place is a small area dedicated to high-end jewelry.Here, you’ll find a wealth of dazzling pieces on display, but even the savviest shoppers may not realize this is only the tip of the iceberg.Dave Dombrowski, who is the president of baseball operations for the Red Sox, and La Russa have been friends for nearly 40 years.La Russa began his 33-season managerial career with the Chicago White Sox in 1979 while Dombrowski worked as an administrative assistant in the organization.In fact, from bespoke seating for private jets to secret jewelry vaults to million-dollar matchmakers, Boston’s business moguls, foreign investors, and idle rich support an entire cottage industry ready to cater to their every whim. Whether you’re looking to indulge—or just sneak a peek—here’s your guide to the city’s most fantastically over-the-top extravagances in our new gilded age.

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