Sources: Everything But The House | All Things Michael
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From a stunning Beverly Hills home comes a truly exceptional sale. After winning a bidding war against Beyoncé and Jay-Z, Minecraft creator Markus Persson moved into an exquisite $70 million property overlooking the city of Los Angeles, complete with an infinity pool, candy room, home theater, car lift, and interiors by Joseph Ferrugio. Persson has donated many of the items in this sale from the property for auction, including a complete set of like-new furnishings from the Bentley Home Collection (as in Bentley Motors) and a 40-piece chandelier. Shepard Fairey prints, a signed Michael Jackson photo and an Hermès scarf are also up for auction.
Net sale proceeds are being contributed to Design by Donation, an organization supporting at-risk youth through design and aesthetic collaboration. Design by Donation accepts furniture and material goods from hotels, home renovations, and then either repurposes the materials or auctions them to raise funds. Previous collaborations include the restoration of theYWCA–GLA Job Corp Building, as well as helping Saving Innocence create the Hope House in Downtown Los Angeles, which serves as a haven for victims of sex trafficking.
“This year we have a mission to assist City Year LA,” says Ferrugio. “Our goal is to make a significant impact in helping at-risk students stay on track to graduate on time. Our leadership is comprised of business professionals, community leaders and devoted alumni of design and architecture schools of Los Angeles.”
A collectible trio of framed photos of pop star Michael Jackson (1958-2009) with the central photo autographed. The first photo shows Jackson with his face covered in lace from the cover of the alternate edition of his 1987 album Bad. The second autographed photo shows Jackson during a performance of his song “Billie Jean”. The third photo shows Jackson at the Neverland Ranch. The photos are presented in a black wood frame with black matting and glass covering. Wire attached to reverse for hanging.
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