Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry Auction Lookalikes

Ever thought you could own a piece of jewelry from the legendary Elizabeth Taylor? Christie’s is hosting an auction for all of the late actress’ most beloved belongings including clothing, artwork and her epic jewelry collection.

The jewels alone went for more than $137 million. The auction broke six world records, including the price paid for a pearl jewel, an Indian jewel and the per carat price for a colorless diamond and a ruby.

We had a blast marveling over the jewelry in the auction and what amazed us was how much some of the pieces looking like Ice jewelry. One of the most undeniable comparisons was Liz’s black & white diamond ring (that sold for a whopping $16,000) and a few of our flower CZ pieces from our Gallery 10 Collection. Look at the comparison.

Elizabeth Taylor Ring

Have you checked out the Christie’s action? Which of Elizabeth Taylor’s jewelry would you love to own?

For a glimpse into the auction – watch this video:


2 thoughts on “Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry Auction Lookalikes

  1. victorian jewelry December 21, 2011 / 1:33 pm

    She was so beautiful, being able to get a look alike of her jewelry for considerably less is great!


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