Kris Humphries is finally letting go of Kim Kardashian once and for all.
Humphries,28, is reportedly auctioning off the 20-carat Lorraine Schwartz diamond engagement ring he once gave the reality star.
According to Us Weekly, the ring will be on sale on October 15 at Christie’s Auction House in New York. The auction does not clearly state who the owner of the ring is, but Christie’s did confirm that a custom Lorraine Schwartz ring featuring a 16.21-carat center stone and two 1.80-carat stones on the side is up for sale.
The only details given about the seller is that he is described as a “gentleman.”
Kardashian return the stunning ring, in silence, over a year ago. Humphries has had the ring ever since. The ring is expected to sell for anywhere between $300,000 and $500,000 at the auction. It was reportedly worth $2 million when the NBA star popped the question in 2011.
In just a few days, an extremely rare painting of the late Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley (shown above) will be auctioned off on eBay.The painting, simply called “The Lovers”, is an original Brett-Livingstone Strong painting. The auction is set to begin on October 22, 2010. Buyers will be able to bid on the painting for 10 days . Even though the painting was originally commissioned for $3,000,000 the starting price of the painting will be $1.00.
Here’s some information on the meaning behind the painting , according to PRWEB.
“The Lovers” was inspired by John Waterhouses’s “Hylas and the Nymphs,” painted in 1897. The painting depicts a romantic couple, Jackson and Presley, surrounded by young fairy nymphs, in an enchanting forest lagoon filled with ferns and flowers. The painting depicts a moment in Greek mythology where Hylas is lured into the spring by the nymphs as showed by the nymph pulling Michael by the arm and into the spring.
If you are interested in bidding on this painting, search eBay for “The Lovers
Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley”. Visit http://www.thepassionportrait.com, to read more about the painting.