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    A Bette Davis Collection of Necklaces and Earrings, 1980s. Eight pieces total including: 1) a black and white round-bead necklace; 2) a black bead and rhinestone necklace; 3) a black and white oval-bead necklace (worn as "Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt" in the 1982 NBC Television movie "Little Gloria Happy at Last"); 4) a pair of large dangly rhinestone clip earrings marked "Chr. Dior Germany" (worn by the star in many publicity photographs in the late 1980s); 5) a pair of black and rhinestone semi-hoop clip earrings marked "Landau;" 6) a pair of faux pearl clip earrings (unmarked); 7) a pair of rhinestone clip earrings marked "Eisenberg;" and 8) a pair of green stone clip earrings marked "Silver / H.K.;" included with a signed 'letter of provenance' from Kathryn Sermak, Davis' longtime personal assistant.
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    Auction Dates
    April, 2018
    15th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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