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Estee Lauder jewels to benefit two charities

  • Author:Tina
  • Source:Yadao
  • Release on :2014-11-10

Proceeds from the sale of precious jewels from the collections of Estée Lauder and her daughter-in-law, Evelyn, will benefit two charities.

A statement from Sotheby’s said the pieces will be sold to benefit The Alzheimer’s Drug Discovery Foundation and The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

The collections, to be auctioned off in New York on December 9, include an iconic ‘Tutti Frutti’ bracelet designed by Cartier in 1928. The ruby, emerald and diamond bracelet is reportedly estimated at $750,000 to $1 million.

“It’s just one of the many signed pieces from the collections of Estée Lauder and Evelyn H. Lauder,” Sotheby’s said.

Sotheby’s is also selling a private collection of Van Cleef & Arpels diamond jewels worn in the heyday of 1950s café society and jewellery pieces designed by Cartier, Charlton & Co, Mauboussin and Oscar Heyman & Brothers, as well as a rare Egyptian-revival motif bracelet from Lacloche Frères.