Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry Auction

Author: Jeffrey Strain
Published: November 28, 2011 at 5:36 am
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For those who love jewelry, there is a jewelry event that you're not going to want to miss. Christie's will be holding an exclusive sale of Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry in December. With over 2,000 pieces available, Christie's has announced that 950 of those will be available in their online gallery. Of course, if you'd like to browse the pieces in person, the remainder will be showcased in Christie's New York salesroom.

Some of Elizabeth Taylor's most dazzling items will go on display soon in Hong Kong, but will return to New York for their exhibition and sale. The dates are December 3 through 17, and tickets must be purchased online in advance, if attending the live exhibition. Admission is $30 plus tax.

If you want to claim your piece of this incredible collection, Christie's is now encouraging interested collectors to purchase online. The online sale officially begins December 13 and goes through December 16. Christie's says that opening up the online portion of the event allows bidders from across the globe to take part in the auction of this once-in-a-lifetime collection from a glamorous legend.

Elizabeth Taylor was known for loving and adorning some of the finest jewelry by several famous designers. Many of these distinct pieces will be sold for thousands of dollars a piece.

If you seek collectibles beyond jewelry, you can also cherish some of Miss Taylor's couture clothing, accessories, and memorabilia. Whether you simply want to view this amazing collection before it's gone, or aim to win one of these pieces for your own, be sure not to pass up this special Christie's event. Remember, online bidding and registration starts on December 3, coinciding with the live New York exhibition and auction.

 
 

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