Above and beyond the fine jewels and diamonds of Elizabeth Taylor's estate that Christie's are auctioning on 13 & 14 December in New York, the auction house has announced an on-line only sale of hundreds more pieces of jewels and costume jewels, fashion and accessories. Be the first to see the highlights at online retailer Moda Operandi from 14 November onwards. How much stuff did Elizabeth Taylor have? Lots, and something I am sure that Christie's is pleased about as the auction house has announced that more than 950 items are up for sale at Christie's first exclusively online-only sale with estimates starting at $100 and ranging to $10,000. This brings the total of lots for sale up to over of more than 2,000 items from the highly-anticipated Collection of Elizabeth Taylor. Christie's has identified over 950 items of fine and costume jewelry, designer fashion and accessories, and decorative arts and objects that will be offered in a special, two-week-long online-only sale that will run concurrent with the live auctions of this important collection. The online sale complements four days of back-to-back live auctions of The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor that begin on December 13 with the film star's most iconic jewels, and continues through December 16 with additional auctions of fine jewelry, fashion, accessories, decorative arts and film memorabilia. "At over 2,000 items strong, this is a collection of the highest caliber, from Elizabeth Taylor's magnificent collection of one-of-a-kind historic jewels, to her haute couture and ready-to-wear fashions, and her exceptional collection of fine and decorative arts. To ensure the full breadth of the Collection is accessible to collectors worldwide, Christie's has taken the innovative step of adding this special, online-only component to our live auctions, so that bidders from around the world can participate in this landmark two-week-long event," said Marc Porter, Chairman and President of Christie's Americas. Given the incredible depth of Elizabeth Taylor's jewelry collection - dubbed "The Crown Jewels of Hollywood" - Christie's has also selected over 500 more pieces of fine and costume jewelry for the online-only sale, including exceptional Art Deco-era jewelry, and an array of signed jewels by Cartier, Chanel, Christian Dior, and Ruser, among others. This vast selection is reflective of Elizabeth Taylor's lifelong love affair with jewelry in all its forms, from the most iconic of jewels featured in the live auctions of her legendary jewels on December 13 and 14 (see related jewelry release) to her many cherished "everyday" adornments of designer and costume earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings, and brooches. Through a special engagement with the luxury fashion retailer, Moda Operandi, Christie's will offer prospective shoppers a sneak peek at a selection of highlights from the online-only sale starting November 14 at shop.modaoperandi.com/ElizabethTaylor. Beginning November 18 the full complement of online-only lots will be available for viewing at Christie's website at www.christies.com/etonlineonly. So look out for this bonanza of Liz Taylor jewels that is bound to get her fans bidding for every last scrap of her possessions.