Elizabeth Taylor's renowned jewels coming to Dubai

Hollywood star's jewellery, works of art and memorabilia will be sold at auctions starting December
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A man stands at 'Silver Liz' by Andy Warhol displayed at Elizabeth Taylor's jewellery public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square, on September 14, 2011, shortly after the exhibition opening. Christie‘s have revealed the main lots of the Oscar-winning actress jewels to be auctioned in New York this December (AFP/Getty Images)
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Actress Elizabeth Taylor's renowned collection of jewelry, works of art, fashion and memorabilia will be sold in a series of auctions starting in December, Christie's said in June (AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman looks at Elizabeth Taylor's $120,000 – 180,000 necklace and $25,000-35,000 earrings from the set of diamond and gold “Barquerolles” jewelry by Van Cleef & Arpels, a gift from Richard Burton, displayed at a public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square. Taylor, one of the last great stars from Hollywood's heyday who was known as much for her beauty, love of diamonds, eight marriages and work as an AIDS activist as her films, died of congestive heart failure in Los Angeles on March 23 at age 79 (AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman looks one of the Elizabeth Taylor's necklaces displayed at a public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square. Christie's said it will devote all its Rockefeller Center headquarters gallery space to an unprecedented, monumental 10-day exhibition of her collection beginning on December 3 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Elizabeth Taylor's necklace is displayed at a public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square, on September 14, 2011, shortly after the exhibition opening. Before the sale a three-month worldwide tour of Taylor's jewelry, fashion, accessories, decorative arts and memorabilia will kick off in September, with stops in Moscow, London, Los Angeles, Dubai, Geneva, Paris, and Hong Kong (AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman looks one of the Elizabeth Taylor's necklaces displayed at a public exhibition in GUM (AFP/Getty Images)
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A woman passes by 'Woman In Hat' by Pablo Picasso displayed at Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square, on September 14, 2011, shortly after the exhibition opening. In keeping with Taylor's humanitarian work a portion of the proceeds from the exhibition admissions, events and publications related to the sales will be donated to The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, which the actress founded in 1991 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Elizabeth Taylor's earrings are displayed at a public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square, on September 14, 2011. Christie's did not release details on specific items in the auction or estimates of what they would fetch but past sales of collections of other famous people have sold for many millions (AFP/Getty Images)
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Elizabeth Taylor's diamond earrings are displayed at a public exhibition in GUM (AFP/Getty Images)
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The series of Taylor sales are individually devoted to jewellery, haute couture, fashion and accessories, decorative arts and memorabilia from Taylor's Bel Air home, and Impressionist and modern art (AFP/Getty Images)
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Taylor's jewelry is expected to draw intense interest. Christie's described the sale as 'one of the most remarkable jewelry events in auction history.' A gala evening sale December 13 will be followed by two more sessions on December 14 (AFP/Getty Images)
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Elizabeth Taylor's $120,000 – 180,000 necklace and $25,000-35,000 earrings from the set of diamond and gold “Barquerolles” jewelry by Van Cleef & Arpels, a gift from Richard Burton, are displayed at a public exhibition in GUM on Moscow's Red Square, on September 14, 2011. Taylor's jewelry was reportedly worth more than $100m at her death. Her estate was valued at anywhere from $500m to $1bn (AFP/Getty Images)