A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

The interest in late screen legend Elizabeth Taylor's sparkling hoard of diamonds, rubies, and every other precious stone known to man was renewed today when Christie's announced it would be selling all 300 items (estimated to be worth $30 million) in December. Here are some of the highlights, so you can pick out which of the pieces you'd like to bid on.

Seriously the only piece of Liz Taylor's jewelry I want to bid on are the earrings that "always brought her luck" in the White Diamonds commercial, but this gigantic ring, known as the Elizabeth Taylor Diamond, would be a good substitute.

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

This necklace made out of Kunzite, amethyst and diamond is called "Triphanes." This looks like it has some seriously magic powers.

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

This ruby and diamond necklace was given to Taylor by her husband Mike Todd. It is worth $300,000. Yeah, your house probably isn't even worth that.

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

I mean, who doesn't have a tiara?

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

This necklace is constructed from ivory opera passes from the 18th century and was a gift from the estate of Edith Head. Every homosexual of a certain age is dying to have this.

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

Yup, Elizabeth Taylor had a pair of earrings called the "blue balls." What a dame!

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

This diamond-encrusted snake watch was a gift from Taylor's fourth husband, Cobra Commander.

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A Quick Tour of Elizabeth Taylor's $30 Million Jewelry CollectionS

This heart-shaped diamond from the Taj Mahal was a gift from Richard Burton for Taylor's 40th birthday. It is on a gold and ruby chain made by Cartier. Will someone please buy this for a museum?

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