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Want to own a piece of Sammy Davis Jr’s jewelry?
July 19th, 2021 under Auctions. [ Comments: none ]

For the first time since 1990, the year that Sammy Davis Jr was taken away from us way too soon, five pieces of his spectacular jewelry will be hitting the auction block tomorrow at 1p ET at Bonhams Los Angeles. So, if you ever wanted to own any of Mr. Bojangle’s candy, now is the time to do it.

The jewelry was worn by the singer back in the ’70s and was extravagant as he was. They are Bueche-Girod: 18k Gold Bracelet Watch (Estimate: $4,000 – $6,000), 18k Bi-Color Gold, Diamond and Enamel Monogram Ring (Estimate: $3,000 – $5,000), 18k Bi-Color Gold, Diamond And Enamel Monogram Necklace (Estimate: $6,000 – $8,000), Gold And Diamond Solitaire Ring (Estimate: $30,000 – $40,000), and 18k Gold, Fancy Brown Diamond And Diamond Ring (Estimate: $7,000 – $9,000).

Whether you are a fan of The Rat Pack or just like sparkle, these would be perfect for anyone’s collection. Especially if their initials are SD.

Don’t miss their rare opportunity because who knows if it will ever happen again.


Dawn Wells is having an estate sale
October 3rd, 2018 under 60s, Auctions. [ Comments: none ]

Dawn Wells is having some financial woes and she is downsizing. Because of that, this weekend she is holding an estate sale.

The beloved actress is not only selling off items of her furniture but also some memorabilia from her days on Gilligan’s Island and other shows. Therefore, if you are near Valley Village and a fan, it is the must go to sale of the weekend. Just don’t expect to see her because her publicist Harlan Boll says she will not be in attendance. While she will not be there, I will be.

How could I say no to some of the things she is getting rid of? To see what she is parting with, check out EstateSales.Net.


That is a Jurassic sized Dorito
June 15th, 2018 under Auctions. [ Comments: none ]

In honor of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Dorito came up with a dinosaur-sized chip. A chip so large, it is 18 times bigger than the ones we eat. The special chip comes in custom-designed, prop-replica dinosaur egg and metal case with a handcrafted Jurassic Doritos chip inside.

Sadly it is not available in the stores, instead, you have to bid on the winning chip via eBay. But it is all for a good cause. All the money they get from the auction will go to the Red Cross to help the people affected by the volcano eruption in Hawaii where part of the movie was filmed.

If you need to have it, then you better have the green ready because the bidding is already over $1,200 and there is still 5 days to go.


Want to own the Screen Used Puppets From Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
December 20th, 2017 under Auctions, For sale. [ Comments: none ]

via Antenna TV
Every year since 1964, families have enjoyed Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer as a Christmas tradition. Now, the man who has the restored screen used puppets of Rudolph and Santa is auctioning them off on eBay. All you need is $10 million dollars and the shipping is free. Thus, if you have that amount lying around the house, then you can watch Rudolph with Rudolph whenever you want.

In case you are wondering, his nose really does light up.


This pink diamond ring went for $71.2 million
April 5th, 2017 under Auctions. [ Comments: none ]

Sotheby’s got their ring finger on a stunning 59.6 carat diamond known as the Pink Star and sold it to a Hong Kong jewellery company Chow Tai Fook for $71.2 million. Making it is the most expensive piece of jewellery ever sold. Somewhere a man is going to make a woman very happy and she better make him happier for buying her that ring. At least I would let him do whatever he wanted if he put that on my finger.

A little history on the diamond, NBC News says it was “mined in Africa by De Beers in 1999 as a raw 132.5 carat gem and cut over a two-year period.” Imagine how much it would’ve sold for if they didn’t shave off those over 70 carats. Let’s not because it is too much fathom.


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