No, I'm not talking about cheap jewelry that has Elvis' image emblazoned across it, this stuff is the real deal: owned by the King himself. For sale through a jeweler in Atlanta, the ring is looking to catch around $30,000, while the bracelet will likely bring in $20,000.
Two pieces of jewelry once owned by Elvis Presley have made their way into an Atlanta jeweler’s vault.
The items include a 4.5 carat tourmaline ring with 4 carats of diamonds, and an 81-gram gold bracelet adorned with diamonds. The story of their origin and how they ended up in Atlanta is a tale fit for a King.
Lamar Fike, a member of Elvis’ entourage known as the “Memphis Mafia,” had possession of the ring and bracelet before Presley died. A local businessman ended up with them several years ago as a result of a business transaction with Fike, who died last year.