Expensive Jewelery Collection of Wallis Simpson

The expensive jewelery collection of Wallis Simpson has been scheduled to be displayed at Sotheby’s auction in November 2010. The luxurious jewelery collection costs £3 million being shown off at Sotheby’s London auction house for couples of days. Duchess of Windsor’s invaluable jewelery collection tells the story of among the 20th century’s most sensational loves. The sale with twenty pieces of jewelery and ephemera will mark a record-breaking auction in history of the Duchess’s possessions in Geneva. Let’s have a look at the most stunning images of the expensive jewelery collection of Wallis Simpson as follows.

 

Among 20 pieces of jewelery and ephemera, there are many pieces like emerald, ruby and diamond brooch; especially, a flamingo diamond clip from 1940s

 

Wallis Simpson’s luxurious jewelery collection is related to one of the greatest love stories of all time

 

Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor, (June, 19, 1896– April, 24, 1986) was a famous American socialite. She was the wife of Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor, formerly King Edward VIII of the British Empire

 

The million-pound bracelet owned by Wallis Simpson will be displayed at Sotheby’s London auction house in November 2010

 

Messages of love are indicated on several jewelery items marking King Edward VIII of the British Empire’s brief period on the throne and his marriage life

 

Most of the jewelery 20 pieces made by Cartier were first sold in Geneva 23 years ago. The owner of those invaluable items were Duke and Duchess of Windsor

 

Marking a revolution with a shift from the delicate fashion of the previous generations, the Duchess’s jewelery colletion is highlighted and becomes the representative for the ”new emergent woman of the time”

 

The latest auction of the Duchess of Windsor’s jewels appeals much worldwide attention. The collection will be displayed in Hong Kong, Moscow, New York and Geneva before returning to London for the auction

 

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