OPENING BID: $500
A Farrah Fawcett Jewelry Box and Jewelry, Circa 1980s. Approximately 20 individual pieces including: 1) a black beaded necklace with larger beads at either end; 2) another black beaded necklace; 3) a silver-tone choker; 4) a gold-tone beaded anklet; 5) a rough crystal pendant on a leather twine; 6) a freshwater pearl choker; 7) a silver-tone link necklace; 8) a faux pearl necklace; 9) two silver-tone bracelets; 10) a blue-painted silver-tone bracelet; 11) two small sterling silver hoop earrings with charms hanging from them; 12) one sterling silver "Aztec" dangling earring; 13) five sterling silver rings; 14) one green-patina large metal cuff-style bracelet; 15) a feathered and beaded mask; 16) a tasseled stick (that goes with the mask); and 17) a tiny box of Guatemalan worry dolls; all housed in an oval-shaped decorative bamboo box adorned with seashells; some of the earrings and rings worn in the 1999 CBS Television movie "Silk Hope."
Jewelry box: 5" x 12" x 7"
Included with a 'Letter of Provenance' signed by Gregory S. Walls, Farrah Fawcett's nephew and consignor of this lot.
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