Inside Jackie Collins’s Glamorous Estate: See Her Prized Jag, Jewels and More Up for Sale
DIAMOND & EMERALD NECKLACE
Two years after her life was cut short by breast cancer, Jackie Collins's family is continuing to honor the beloved author's creative spirit and glamorous legacy with an exclusive sale of her prized collections of fine art, sculpture and jewelry.
"She curated her home environment to help set the scene for her novels," daughter Rory Green tells PEOPLE. "It is a true celebration of her life and career and a wonderful memento for her devoted fans."
Jackie Collins: A Life in Chapters will take place at Bonhams Los Angeles May 16 and 17 and online May 18 (a portion of the proceeds will benefit three organizations close to Collins's heart: the Malala Fund, Equality Now and WriteGirl). Here's an inside look at some of the most unique and elegant items included in the auction:
This diamond, emerald, stone and platinum necklace is estimated to go for $40,000 to $60,000.
BERYL COOK ART
The English painter Beryl Cook was one of Collins's favorites. Her piece of his, "Train Station Cafe," is estimated to get $15,000 to $20,000.
Jackie's custom 2002 Jaguar XKR sportscar is finished, fittingly, in metallic gold and has only 2,302 miles on it. It is estimated to fetch $15,000 to $20,000.
BERYL COOK ART
Another Beryl Cook, "Tango in Bar Sur," is estimated to take in $18,000 to $22,000.
JOSEF LORENZL ART
An Art Deco cold painted bronze and onyx figure of a ballet dancer by Josef Lorenzl is estimated to get $2,500 to $3,500.
A 6.04-carat diamond and platinum ring is estimated to earn $100,000 to $150,000.