6 Rare JEWELED TRIBUTE MARILYN MONROE Plates + Jewelry

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  • Item Category: Ceramics
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 09,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
6 MARILYN MONROE * THE JEWELED TRIBUTE Collector Plates

If ever t was a woman who could rival a diamond's sparkle, it was the unforgettable Marilyn Monroe. Now in a loving tribute to the 40th anniversary of her tragic passing. Alfred Durante creates a brilliant new collection: Alluring images of Marilyn with "gem-spangled" borders and Wearable Jewelry!

The scalloped edge of each porcelain edition is enhanced with 22 Karat gold, faceted faux gems, and a stunning hand-crated piece of jewelry lets you carry the sparkle of Marilyn with you every day.

Each plate is 7 1/2". T is the DIAMOND LEGEND, RUBY LEGEND, AMETHYST LEGEND, PINK TOPAZ LEGEND, EMERALD LEGEND, SAPPHIRE LEGEND.

The pink topaz plate is chipped on the back w t are holes for hanging, it also has glue residue from w the previous owner tried to glue a hanger on it, the pin is also missing for this plate. All others are in Wonderful condition. Some have a small wire hanger that I will send with the plates. The pins are really neat! They look like small crowns, very sparkley. The edges on the plates are Fantastic. I've never seen ones like this offered on ebay before. Plates each have a COA - Certificate of Authenticity, no boxes, Each plate is numbered.

The pictures on the plate are Hot & Sexy.

You can see my Camera Flash on some of the plates, especially the 2nd one. If you need pictures of each plate, send me your email and I will send them to you.

Very Unique, Great Addition to your Collection.

*We will be listing many Unique and Rare Treasures from a Private Estate in Las Vegas. The man had been collecting for many years and has a Wide Variety of MEMORABILIA. Items including... All Sports, Pottery, Movie Stars, Sports Cards, Ashtrays, Collector Plates, Civil War and Music Memorabilia just to name a few.

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