Art

Dominick Dunne’s Divineness on Sale

Friday, November 5, 2010
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Legendary author, journalist and TV personality (who became super famous during his amazing coverage of the O.J. trial) Dominick Dunne is having his vast collection auctioned at Stair Galleries on November 20th.


Dunne, who first lived in Beverly Hills where he was famous for his star studded parties, later moved to New York where he had a terraced penthouse filled with goodies like fine Chinese Export porcelain and books signed to him by his famous writer friends. The always dapper Dunne also had a colonial style saltbox house in Hadlyme, Connecticut. The sale, which begins previews on Friday, November 12th will include Hollywood memorabilia (Dunne started as a film producer), furniture, decorations, photographs and even his beloved green jaguar which he named “Audrey.” For a peak at what is going on sale, check out this gallery of Dunne’s divineness.



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