LAVISH LIZ

LAVISH LIZ

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A LEGACY OF OUR TIME, LIZ TAYLOR WAS AN ICON -- NOTED FOR HER BEAUTY, GIVINGNESS AND WEALTH.<br /><br />

Taylor had a passion for jewelry, stating that "You can't cry on a diamond's shoulder, and diamonds won't keep you warm at night, but they're sure fun when the sun shines". At her death, Taylor's jewelry collection was reportedly worth $150 million.<br /><br />

She was a client of jewelry designer Shlomo Moussaieff. Over the years she owned a number of well-known pieces, two of the most famous being the 33.19-carat (6.64 g) Krupp Diamond, which Taylor wore daily,and the 69.42-carat (13.88 g) pear-shaped Taylor-Burton Diamond; both were among many gifts from husband Richard Burton. Taylor also owned the 50-carat (10 g) La Peregrina Pearl, purchased by Burton as a Valentine's Day present in 1969. The pearl was formerly owned by Mary I of England, and Burton sought a portrait of Queen Mary wearing the pearl. Upon the purchase of such a painting, the Burtons discovered that the British National Portrait Gallery did not have an original painting of Mary, so they donated the painting to the Gallery. Her enduring collection of jewelry has been documented in her book My Love Affair with Jewelry (2002) with photographs by the New York photographer John Bigelow Taylor.<br /><br />

At her death Taylor left an estate estimated at $600 million to $1 billion; beyond the $150 million in jewelry, she owned $130 million in real estate. Taylor was a pioneer in marketing a celebrity merchandise brand, and despite her years as an actress, most of Taylor's wealth came from her business ventures.She designed fine jewelry for The Elizabeth Collection, and launched three perfumes, "White Diamonds", "Passion", and "Passion for Men", which together had an estimated US$69 million in 2010 sales.<br /><br />

Taylor was a fashion icon during her years as an active film star. In addition to her own purchases, MGM costumers Edith Head and Helen Rose helped Taylor choose clothes that emphasized her face, chest, and waist. Taylor helped popularize Valentino and Halston's designs,and in the 1980s Schering-Plough developed violet contact lenses, citing Taylor's eyes as inspiration.<br /><br />

JEWELRY AND FASHION WERE SIMPLY ELEMENTS TO ACCENTUATE HER BEAUTY; THUS WHAT GAVE HER THE CHANCE TO BECOME FAMOUS.<br /><br />

HER CAREER BEGAN DUE TO HER BEAUTY -- AT THE AGE OF 10 SHE WAS CAST IN A LASSIE MOVIE AND THAT BEGAN HER JOURNEY INTO STARDOM. SHE HAD DOUBLE EYELASHES WHICH IS  NOTED RARITY OF EXTREMELY BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE. <br /><br />

THIS WAS NOTED TO BELONG TO HER, A PERSONAL POWDER POUCH. IT HOLDS A MIRROR AND THE APPLICATION PUFF. THIS IS AN INCREDIBLE CHERISHED PIECE THAT HOLDS ELEMENTS OF HER BEAUTY WITHIN. YOU CAN BUY NEW POWDER TO PLACE IN IT, BUT BY USING HER PUFF AND HOLDING THIS IN YOUR PRESENCE , HER SPIRIT WILL CAST UPON YOU REGAL BEAUTY AND YOU WILL BE PROJECTED INTO A NOTABLE STATE OF ALLURE.<br /><br />

FOR EVERY PLAIN JANE OUT THERE WISHING SHE WAS BEAUTIFUL, NOW YOUR WISH CAN BE A REALITY WITH THIS RARE AND AMAZING ITEM!<br /><br />