Some Of Audrey Hepburn’s Favorite Things Are Up For Auction.

Some Of Audrey Hepburn’s Favorite Things Are Up For Auction. September 13, 2019

Audrey Hepburn wasn’t just a British actress active during Hollywood’s golden age. She was also a model, dancer, and humanitarian, not to mention a fashion icon and role model to young women. Unfortunately, she passed away back in 1993, but her legacy has lived on in her her personal collection. So later this month, Audrey’s most prized possessions will get showcased by Christie’s at an auction in London, and the items are about as impressive as the actress herself was. But you better take out a second mortgage on your house, sell your car, or a kidney, because the prices are going to be steep!For the first time ever, Hepburn’s two sons, Sean Ferrer and Luca Dotti, who were entrusted with these unique items, will go up for sale, giving Hepburn’s fans the opportunity to own a piece of her.

She traveled everywhere with it, and we can only imagine what a lifesaver it must have been. But it’ll only set you back $2,649.65 to $3,974.47.

For the first time since Hepburn herself last looked into the mirror, you could be opening this up, looking in the tiny mirror and powder your nose for $5,299.30 to $7,948.95.

Just check out this blue cloque dress by Givenchy Couture going for $7,948.95 to $10,598.60. Hubert de Givenchy was a close friend of Hepburn’s, so we wonder if she got a discount on it.

It’s estimated to reach a bid of $529.93 to $794.89. Now that’s not too bad for a tiara that’ll make you feel like a Disney princess.

This blue satin sleep mask was owned by Hepburn, and is similar to the one used in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s.” As the more affordable item up for bid, you may only have to fork over $198.72.

In just about every movie she was in, she played someone who was classy and a member of the high society who tried wearing her troubles lightly. She also had a fashion sense and delicate thin frame that was to die for.

The bidding on this one will start at $927.38, but will likely go way up before the bidding is over. After all, a woman’s pearls in those days were more important than diamonds.

This is a must have for any Hepburn fan. It’s signed by Diana Vreeland, from UK Vogue, which informed Audrey of how successful the issues in which she appeared on the cover was. And it’ll only set you back anywhere from $529.93 to $794.89.

The 1961 working script, includes deleted scenes, and has about 20 pages annotated by Hepburn herself for $79,489.50 to $119,234.25.

Hepburn herself used these on her tootsies and there are two lots of three pairs of lime green, blue, and light blue going up for auction for about $7,948.95.

It’s the continental gold snuff box used in the film and is expected to go for bid for $6,600 to $10,560. Even if you’ve never seen the movie, you can pass up a chance to own a piece of classic Hollywood history.

Now you can follow in her footsteps for $7,948.95 to $11,923.42. If all else fails, think of what a hit you’ll be as Columbo this Halloween.

This is the call sheet from the 1967 film “Two for the Road” by 20th Century Fox, and will set you back about $397.45. You might want to get a frame for this beauty!

We cannot lie, it looks amazing. No, really, we can’t lie. The pendant is modeled after the Bocca della Verita in Italy, which you had to stick your hand in, and if it bit you, you were lying. The pendant is too small to be a lie detector, but it does come with pierced eyes, nose and mouth and will go up for bid for $794.89.

It’s similar to the one Hepburn wore in the 1963 movie “Charade” and has feathers and will likely be a hit at your next cocktail party. The fashion trendy item will go for $6,6241.25 to $105,986.

This jewelry box from the 1970s is worth $1,324.82, and best of all, you’ll also get a pair of Kenneth Jay Lane earrings, which will go for $662.41.

For example, how would you like to own an 8MM American director reflect camera from the 1960s for $2,649.65 to $3,974.47, or go retro with her rotary phone for $529.93?

This make-up accessory from Cartier, circa 1950, was commonly seen with Hepburn, cause a girl needs to touch up her lipstick constantly, especially in those days and it can be yours for $2,640 to $3,960.

The sheet music for the lovely song, which was a hit in those days, will go up for bid for $529.93, and you’d be wise not to let something this amazing slip through your fingers.

Take these never-before-seen negatives and photos of Hepburn herself. You’ll get to know Audrey far more intimately than you ever thought possible when you show up at Christie’s King Street Headquarters in London. You can also bid online from September 19th to October 3rd.

While she’s no longer with us, her precious valuables are, and who could possibly turn down a night of celebration to honor this iconic actress? Plus, you get to own a part of her, allowing her memory to continue to live on.