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updated 02/14/2005 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 02/14/2005 AT 01:00 AM EST
The President, who had a bad back, felt comfortable in rockers, says one of Jackie's decorators, Richard Nelson (who chose this oak model): "They were in every house."
This Van Cleef & Arpels golden girl with a coral head holds a sapphire-diamond flower.
"Jackie wore a lot of fake [pearls]," says jeweler Kenneth Jay Lane. Here, one of a pair of necklaces.
Monogrammed horse blankets (the aluminum chest costs extra) attest to Jackie's love of riding and fox hunting.
Frederick Mayhew's 19th-century portrait of a sea captain (which appeared with Jack on the cover of TIME) hung at the family's Hyannis Port summer house.
Louis XVI chairs were typical of Jackie's style—"beautiful but not grandiose," says friend Aileen Mehle.
This garden of kitsch-en delights could have come straight from the set of That '70s Show.
Tina Redwood. Jennifer Longley in New York City