(10 Jun 2006) SHOTLIST
Buckingham Palace, London. August four, 2000
1. Princess Margaret, Queen and Queen Mom on balcony
2. Princess Margaret greets President Jacques Chirac on station platform
London. June 9 ,2006
three. Extensive shot public sale gadgets on show
four. Varied Poltimore Tiara
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Phillips, Christie’s Director:
“Properly I feel it’s primarily a actuality of life that a considerable amount of property tax must be paid.”
6. Portray of Princess Margaret
7. Diamond ring
eight. Ear rings
9. Mid shot cupboard
10. Varied Faberge clock
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Phillips, Christie’s Director:
“It got here to her as a present from her grandmother Queen Mary and I feel it was a prize possession, it was on her mantelpiece in her bed room at Kensington Palace for a few years.”
12. Ear rings
13. Varied 34 stone diamond necklace
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Phillips, Christie’s Director:
“Properly it’s a great necklace that I imagine her grandmother wore on many events, I’ve heard as practically as many as she herself wore, on one thing like a 1000 events, so it is a terrific private object, fantastically made, and really very fashionable factor to put on.”
15. Zoom in ruby earrings
16. Ruby broach
17. Pearl necklace
18. Broach in field
19. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Phillips, Christie’s Director:
“Properly it’s really worldwide, I imply clearly within the Russian subject there are lots of Russian consumers however American consumers, Center Japanese consumers, European consumers, Far East, I imply it is the world.”
20. Pull out man viewing catalogue
22. Pull focus bracelet
23. Black and white photograph of Princess Margaret
ROYAL JEWELLERY TO BE AUCTIONED
A few of Princess Margaret’s most private possessions will go on view right now earlier than an public sale that’s anticipated to lift greater than three million kilos ($5.5 million/euros four.40 million) .
As much as 800 gadgets of jewelry and artwork with record costs starting from beneath 100 kilos to a small fortune will go beneath the hammer at Christie’s public sale home subsequent week.
However earlier than that, the public sale home is placing on a spectacular 4 day public exhibition of the sale – and opening its doorways early to deal with demand.
The items vary from a necklace she wore as slightly woman to the tiara she wore at her wedding ceremony to Lord Snowdon in 1960, in addition to furnishings, silver, and artworks.
Margaret died in 2002 aged 71 after struggling a stroke. Viscount Linley, her son, has come beneath hearth for promoting off the household heirlooms, which embody his mom’s prized wedding ceremony items, however he mentioned it was mandatory to fulfill her inheritance tax.
The gathering that includes nearly 200 numerous royal jewels and greater than 600 different numerous furnishings, china, monogrammed silver packing containers and ornamental gadgets has been on a world tour proven in Moscow, Hong Kong, Geneva and New York, previous to the gross sales subsequent Tuesday and Wednesday.
The auctioneers anticipate the jewels to draw the most important curiosity and to eclipse pre-sale worth estimations.
Highlights embody the Poltimore Tiara, which Margaret wore at Westminster Abbey for the primary televised royal wedding ceremony and it anticipated to fetch as much as �200,000 ($370,000/ euros 294,000). She later wore the diamond encrusted piece, made in 1870, as a necklace and particular person brooches many occasions.
A necklace of 34 diamonds, totalling about 85 carats, worn by Queen Mary at King George VI’s coronation is anticipated to attain �300,000. ($550,000/euros 441,000) It’s one in all many gadgets within the sale given by Queen Mary to her grand-daughter.
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