Fans of late Hollywood icon Betty White will now have the chance to own one of her items, as many will be auctioned off from Friday.
Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills will offer more than 1,500 items, including White’s jewelry, artwork, signed plays, memorabilia from her TV show, furniture, and other household and personal items.
“We are proud to partner with her estate to exclusively showcase these precious artifacts and personal memorabilia from her storied life and career, which will be available at auction for the first time to the public, museum directors and her around the world. many fans,” said Darren Julien, President and CEO of Julien’s Auctions.
some project Including engraved wedding rings belonging to her and longtime husband Ellen Luden, her original director’s chair in the “Golden Lady” scene, and an orange needlepoint director’s chair she made for Luden.
Available items all come from the actor’s home in Brentwood and Carmel, California. The auction is scheduled to end on September 25.
White, Emmy winner, recognized for roles on ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ and ‘The Golden Girl’ passed away December 31, 2021, a few days before her 100th birthday.
Julian said: “Betty White is a beloved national treasure and cross-generational icon who has made us laugh for 80 years with her outstanding work on film, radio and television classics.”