This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 1/8/2023

Offered is an incredible clover-shaped 14K gold ring with 49 diamonds owned by Elvis Presley. Elvis donated the ring to a charity auction in 1971, and the winner of the ring sold it to Chris Davidson of the "Elvis-A-Rama" Museum in 1999, where it remained on display for many years. The ring is accompanied by a letter from Davidson. Also included is a Elvis Presley Museum Certificate of Authenticity signed by Jimmy Velvet attesting to his opinion that the ring is authentic as described.

Elvis was partial to oversized stunners when it came to gold and diamond rings, and the offered example is no exception. It boasts 49 diamonds on the massive face, with a total weight of 1.2 ct. The large flat presentation makes the face of the ring appear much larger and more dramatic. The size 9 1/2 ring weighs 30.3 grams. The "14K" stamping on the inner band is still partially visible. It presents with signs of moderate to heavy use but no damage in Near Mint condition. 

Current Bidding (Reserve Has Been Met)
Minimum Bid: $12,000
Final prices include buyers premium: $46,000
Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000
Number Bids:13
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