FURNISHINGS, ART AND MEMORBILIA FROM HOMES OF SHARON AND OZZY TO BE AUCTIONED
OSBOURNES’ FURNISHINGS, ART AND MEMORABILIA TO BE AUCTIONED
SALE WILL BE HELD AT GIBSON GUITAR SHOWROOM IN BEVERLY HILLS, CA NOV. 30TH AND DEC. 1ST
PRE-SALE EXHIBITION WILL BE HELD AT THE GIBSON GUITAR SHOWROOM BEVERLY HILLS – NOV. 26th - 29th
Julien’s Auctions is honored to offer furnishings, art and memorabilia from the collection of rock ‘n’ roll royalty Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne. The two-day sale will be held at Gibson Guitar Showroom, Beverly Hills, CA on Friday and Saturday, November 30th and December 1st. More than 600 lots of memorabilia, jewelry, costumes, paintings, furniture and decorative works of art from the Osbournes' Gothic style home in Beverly Hills, their Shabby Chic Malibu home and their Buckinghamshire mansion in England will be sold with a portion of the proceeds being donated to benefit the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation. Founded by Sharon to improve the lives of cancer patients and their loved ones, the Foundation provides at-home help, childcare, transportation, access to support groups and patient care services offered within Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
The Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne Collection consists of fine and decorative art and memorabilia from the lives and careers of these multi-award-winning international celebrities. Sharon said: “It has taken our lifetime to collect all of these items. Both Ozzy and I have very special memories of each and every item as it came into our home and became part of our lives. It is like giving up a part of us and we hope each and every item finds a very special home.”
Darren Julien, President/CEO of Julien’s Auctions said: “The Osbournes individually and as a family have greatly impacted pop culture globally. This is a unique first time opportunity for fans and collectors to obtain a piece of their historic careers and/or personal lives”.
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