Ким Кардашьян купила уникальные часики Жаклин Кеннеди

American media personality Kim Kardashian took part in the auction “Christie”, which is traditionally held in new York. It scandalous star has acquired the exclusive wrist watch, the former first lady of the United States, wife of John Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, made of gold. For accessory Kardashian paid to 379.5 thousand dollars.

The star of the reality show “the social life of the family Kardashian” secretly participated in the auction “Christie’s”. The main lots in it was a clock and a picture of Jacqueline Kennedy. Kim bought the accessory for 379,5 thousand dollars, although initially in the auction house and was expected to fetch only 120 thousand dollars. Lot price inflated after the “Christie” came the request from the Kardashians. At the auction, the watch sold in the first few minutes.
Kim Kardashian became the owner of the female hours famous brand Cartier model Tank. They are made of 18K gold, 750. and have a classic and severe form of the rectangle. Crown watch is made of sapphire. The accessory missing gems and the watch looks quite austere, in the style of the legendary Jacqueline.
On the back cover of the watch there is engraved a dedicatory inscription: “Stas Jackie, 23 February 1963, 02:05 — 21:35”. Accessory of Jacqueline Kennedy gave Stanislaw Albrecht Radziwill, the Polish diplomat. He was married to her younger sister Jacqueline, Caroline Canfield.
Gift of Jacqueline received during sports competitions, which took place in 1963 in Florida. It was initiated by John F. Kennedy. The former President staged a test of the military’s physical fitness. They had to run a distance of 50 miles (80,5 km). The initiative Kennedy joined the elite of society, including Jacqueline. For contributions to a social event, the former first lady of the United States presented the watch. In the archives there are some photos of Jacqueline depicted in this accessory.
Kim Kardashian is going to wear purchased watch in everyday life, although they do not correspond to its image.