Liberace Jewels to go on Display in Las Vegas

Coveted Liberace Jewels come out of the vault to be displayed in Las Vegas next to new, limited edition Liberace ring by Jason of Beverly Hills.

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Artifacts from the Liberace Jewels Collection will be displayed

Renowned celebrity jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills has been granted the exclusive license to create the first ever, limited edition Liberace ring.  The magnificent piece is titled “Turning Tables:  A New Spin on the Liberace Classic.”  The new ring will be displayed this summer along side authentic artifacts from the Liberace Jewels Collection which is owned and curated by the Liberace Foundation.

The limited edition Liberace brand ring will be the first of only five made, each bearing its sequential number and the Liberace signature logo etching.  Certification of Authenticity will be provided by the Liberace Foundation, with original signatures from Jason Arasheben, the ring’s creator, as well as Liberace Foundation Chairman Jonathan Warren.  Offered at $20,000, Substantial proceeds from the sale of each ring will benefit the Liberace Foundation for the Creative and Performing Arts.

Turning Tables: A New Spin on the Liberace Classic is the first piece of jewelry ever to bear the Liberace band.  Number one of the limited series will debut at Jason of Beverly Hills, on the second level of the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas, on June 28, 2014 at 6:00 p.m.  Designer and JBH founder Jason Arasheben and Liberace Foundation Chairman Jonathan Warren will be joined by Liberace fur designer Anna Nateece, Liberace Mansion designer Paulina Biggs Sparkuhl, Liberace Mansion owner Martyn Ravenhill, several friends of Liberace himself, special guests of the hosts and the public, for the unveiling.

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