SHOPPING FOR SOMEONE who has everything this holiday season? Consider placing a bid at the “Surreal Legacy” auction during Christie’s Classic Week in London on December 15. The sale, which features 200 pieces from the collection of Edward James—patron of Salvador Dalí and René Magritte—includes some of history’s most famous Surrealist works. Projected to bring in between $310,000 and $500,000 is Dalí’s 1938 creation “Mae West Lips Sofa,” which was commissioned by James and fashioned after the legendary actress’ pout. And an all-white variation of Dalí’s “Lobster Telephone” (below) is expected to ring up between $185,000 and $310,000.