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Plus, two Rolexes the iconic actor gave to a longtime friend, stuntman Stan Barrett, found buyers at Sotheby’s “Important Watches” sale.
Featuring 57 carats of colored gemstones, it makes the whole place shimmer.
The actor will star in its new campaign and support its charitable initiatives for women and girls in southern Africa.
The watch company is partnering with both music legends on new collections.
Fine jewelry comprised three of the auction’s top 10 lots, though it could not top her director’s chair or scripts from “The Golden Girls.”
It follows Creative Director Lucia Silvestri as she crafts the brand’s high jewelry collections.
Zendaya, Reese Witherspoon, and Rachel Brosnahan had some of the best looks at the 74th Primetime Emmy Awards.
“The King” had the gold, tsavorite, and red garnet ring made prior to the filming of the 1970 MGM documentary of the same name.
The company is no longer selling its jewelry at Zales, which first partnered with Williams last August.
It is the first tennis bracelet collab for the legend, whose lost-and-found moment put the term “tennis bracelet” in the jewelry lexicon.
The sale also will include a third Rolex, with all three watches tied to Barrett’s 1979 attempt to break the world record for land speed.
The sale includes pieces “The King” gifted to his longtime manager, as well as jewelry Elvis owned and wore on stage.