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    Elizabeth Taylor winter white gown by Tiziani worn to Princess Grace's "Scorpio Ball" with replica Taylor-Burton Diamond necklace. (1969) Vintage original winter white chiffon sleeveless gown with plunging neckline, draped and ruched bodice and integral multi-layered, floor-length voluminous skirt. Trailing chiffon floor-length streamers from each shoulder and with hook and eye and zipper back closure. With ivory satin lining. Original matching belt not present. Designed by Tiziani of Rome, who employed a young Karl Lagerfeld at the time, and worn by Taylor to Princess Grace of Monaco's November 1969 "Scorpio Ball", where Taylor's legendary 69.42 carat pear-shaped diamond made its public premiere. A faceted Zirconia replica in silver metal setting of this iconic necklace is included in the lot. The dress exhibits minor age and wear. Floor length streamers retain some soiling. In vintage very good to fine condition. This was in Taylor's possession until after her passing when it was sold at Christie's The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor auction held December 2011, Lot 1705.

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    December, 2019
    17th Tuesday
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