Actress Elizabeth Taylor's famous collection of jewelry

 Actress Elizabeth Taylor's famous collection of jewelry, artwork, and memorabilia stir in the world community because they are set to be sold in a series of auctions began in December, Christie's said on Wednesday.
Taylor is one of the last great stars of Hollywood glory known as much for her beauty, love diamonds, eight marriages, and worked as an AIDS activist as his films, died of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles on March 23 at age 79.
Christie said that he would devote all its Rockefeller Center headquarters of gallery space for exhibitions, an unprecedented 10-day monumental collection began on December 3.


Prior to the sale of three-month tour around the world Taylor's jewelry, fashion, accessories, decorative art and memorabilia will start in September, with stops in Moscow, London, Los Angeles, Dubai, Geneva, Paris and Hong Kong.
Marc Porter, Christie's America chairman and president, said the exhibition would provide a "window into the world of a true icon, a rare woman who is simultaneously an international film star and fashion, a loving mother, successful entrepreneur, and generous humanity."
In accordance with the humanitarian work of Taylor's portion of the proceeds from the receipt of exhibitions, events and publications related to the sale will be donated to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, the actress was founded in 1991.
Christie did not release details about a specific item in the auction or estimate what they will take but past sales of a collection of other famous people have sold millions.

Real Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' homes sold $ 35 million at Sotheby's in 1993, while the nine-day sale of property of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor jumped nearly $ 25 million.

Sales of individual Taylor series is devoted to jewelry, haute couture, fashion and accessories, decorative art and memorabilia from Taylor's Bel Air home, and the impressionist and modern art.
Taylor's jewelry is expected to attract intense interest. Christie described the sale as "one of the most remarkable event in the history of jewelry auction." A gala evening sale by December 13 will be followed by two sessions on December 14.
Taylor's jewelry after analyzed worth more than $ 100 million at his death. Its real-valued anywhere from $ 500 million to $ 1 billion.
All sales, except for art to be held in London in February, will take place in December in New York.
Christie said it also will hold an online-only sales through Christie's Live to run concurrent with an exhibition and sale dates.
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