Prized Items from Joan Rivers' Manhattan Penthouse Up for Auction
The auction takes place in New York and online in June
Joan Rivers fans are getting the chance to live like the legendary comedian – by owning some of her prized possessions from her Manhattan penthouse.
Christie’s is putting up more than 200 of Rivers’ personal items up for auction this June, with items ranging from $500 to $200,000.
Some of the items going on the block include part of her famous jewelry collection, a Tiffany water bowl engraved with Spike, the name of her Yorkshire Terrier (valued at $500–$800) and the Edouard Vuillard painting “Dans L’Atelier,” (painted circa 1915 with an estimated value of $120,000–$180,000).
“My mother’s legacy as a much loved comedienne and philanthropist will be commemorated in this collaboration with Christie’s and her generosity to charitable causes is something I will continue to honor,” Rivers’ daughter Melissa Rivers said in a statement.
Find out more from the auction here.