elizabeth taylor's 'cleopatra' headdress, jewels go to auction - gold necklace earring set
LOS ANGELES (Reuters)-
Julian's auction on Tuesday said a series of personal items from the late actress Elizabeth Taylor, including jewelry, cocktail dresses and film costumes, will be auctioned in Beverly Hills, California.
The collection, from an unidentified former employee of Taylor, will be on display for the first time in Ireland on Tuesday and will be auctioned on October 12.
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Gemstone earrings and necklace sets are expected to sell between $10,000 and $15,000.
Necklaces and earrings include a number of topstones, diamonds, Olive rocks and crystal gems.
Taylor died in 2011 at the age of 79, her love of diamonds, her purple eyes, and her turbulent love life, including eight marriages, are the epitome of Hollywood's golden age, two of them are Welsh actor Richard Burton.
In a 70-year career, the British
At the age of 12, Taylor became famous for the first time in 1944 in "National Velvet" and won five Oscar nominations.
She won the Best Actress award for "batfield 8" in 1960s and 1966 "Who Is Afraid of Virginia Wolff?
Taylor's Falcon headgear, worn in 1963 film Cleopatra, is also on sale, where she began her relationship with Burton.
The headwear that helped the film win the Oscar costume design award is expected to cost $2,000 to $3,000. A décolletage-
On 1975, Taylor wore South African designer Chris Levin's sling dress and bolero jacket at Burton's 50 th birthday party at the Dorchester Hotel in London, which is expected to sell for between $2,000 and $3,000.
Taylor's mother, stage actress Sarah Thorne, uses an antique wood-inlaid post box that includes glass
Mothers who cut cosmetic cans and pearl handles are estimated to sell for $6,000 to $8,000.