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  • Liz Taylor's First Wedding Gown on Sale

    A wedding dress worn by Elizabeth Taylor for her first wedding was an "oyster silk satin wedding dress designed by M.G.M. chief costume designer Helen Rose," according to Christie's. It was estimated to be worth £30,000 to £50,000 or $45,276 to $75,315. It has a "fine silk gauze off-the-shoulder illusion neckline."
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  • Liz Taylor's First Wedding Gown Sold

    Elizabeth Taylor and Conrad Hilton Jr., known as Nicky, pause on the steps of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills, Calif., after her first wedding ceremony, May 6, 1950. The gown was auctioned for $187,931 by Christie's in London on June 26. Taylor, who died on March 23, 2011, was married eight times.
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  • Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry Auction

    Elizabeth Taylor's art deco diamond and multi-gem bracelet of Egyptian Revival design, composed of six pierced pave-set diamond plaques, depicting figures like an emerald and sapphire falcon. Circa 1925, and 7 5/8 inches, it was estimated to be worth $500,000 to $700,000 and sold for $818,500 in Dec. 2011.
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