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Crown donated to Charity auction...
The world wedding of 1999 which was held in Ireland
between David Beckham and Posh Spice Victoria
Adams is set to be relived as the glitzy diamond
wedding crown, created by one of the world's top jewelry
designers, is to be auctioned for charity. The headpiece,
valued at £120,000, is encrusted with 231 diamonds
and has been donated by its creator Slim Barrett
for the online sale to raise cash for the British
in the auction of luxury items being launched by The
Sunday Times and FiredUp.com web site,
is a £1.2 million reproduction of the "coeur
de mer" necklace worn by Kate Winslet
in Titanic. Irish-born Barrett ... whose clients
have included Madonna and Diana, Princess
of Wales ... was commissioned by Victoria to create
the lavish crown for her over-the-top wedding last
year to Manchester United star David Beckham.
singer did not actually buy the accessory and after
being displayed at London's Victoria & Albert Museum,
it has lain in a vault for security. But now Barrett,
who this year won the De Beers international
diamond award for a £500,000 necklace, has decided
to hand it over to the sale. Other items in The Sunday
Times Style Auction include £60,000 worth of jewelry
worn by Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt
to this year's Oscars ceremony. They including
her Fiorellino necklace and bracelet and his
world's most expensive pair of shoes, designed by
Gina, with 18-carat gold buckles and 36 diamonds
on each one, are also being sold. Speed fans can also
bid for a £160,000 Sunseeker power boat, like
the model featured in the opening scenes of James
Bond movie The World Is Not Enough, and
a Jasper Conran-designed Mazda MX5 car
... one of only 20 in the world and valued at £35,000.
Hughes, director of marketing & income generation
at the British Red Cross said: "Over the years,
readers of The Sunday Times have shown tremendous
support to the British Red Cross by responding to
its emergency appeals raising money for humanitarian
crises both in the UK and overseas. ``This exciting
initiative with The Sunday Times is another excellent
way to raise vital funds for British Red Cross services,
which meet the continual needs of people affected
by national disasters, major incidents or personal
crises at home or abroad."
The sale is to be launched by the newspaper this Sunday
and on the www.firedup.com web site.
bids can be lodged until May 30.