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Elizabeth Taylor On Board The Onassis Yacht, 1975

Elizabeth Taylor: A Life In Style


Elizabeth Taylor wearing the Mike Todd antique diamond tiara to the Oscars in He gave it to her because it was "fit for a queen". Mike Todd, Elizabeth's third husband, had produced the movie Around the World in 80 Days which won for Best Picture.

Elizabeth and Nick ("Nicky") Hilton, May 1950

Elizabeth and Nick ("Nicky") Hilton, May 1950 Celebrity wedding elopement bridal icon bride fashion vintage retro fifties wedding dress gown

Beautiful Elizabeth Taylor

"A lot of people would not be alive today if it weren’t for Elizabeth Taylor." Margaret O’Brien

Style Icon: Shop Cleopatra’s Closet

Cleopatra Elizabeth Taylor in one of the most iconic, and expensive, film costumes ever made. Designed by Renie Conley, Irene Sharaff and Vittorio Nino.

RARE picture of the Taylor-Burton Diamond in 1973 as a ring. The Taylor-Burton Diamond, 1969. It was found in the rough at the Premier mine in South Africa. It weighed 241 cts until Harry Winston cut it into the 69.42 ct pear shaped it has today Her most famous gem this is a 69.42-carat pear-shaped diamond that Richard Burton purchased at auction for over $1 million. It was originally set in a ring. "But even for me it was too big," Taylor said. "So we had Cartier design a necklace." .

Elizabeth in Showing Off the FIRST 'Publicly' Auctioned and Sold. {sold to Richard Burton who gifted it to his wife, Elizabeth Taylor - Burton/Taylor Diamond Ring. -by Norman Parkinson

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The Glamour of Italian Fashion

The Burton's at a fete with Elizabeth wearing the Grand Duchess Vladimir emerald necklace with detachable brooch.

Elizabeth Taylor, 1957.

Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry: The ruby and diamond ring from Richard Burton (Christmas gift), and the La Peregrina pearl in it's new setting.

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Elizabeth Taylor & Monty Clift Actors Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift posing together outside at Paramount Studios during break in filming "A Place in the Sun". Location: Hollywood, CA, US Date taken: February 1950 Photographer: Peter Stackpole