The Luxury Briefing

12 April, 2019 | Rare investments are at the forefront of this week’s luxury brief: a true definition of a collector’s vehicle is up for sale and could this Cashmere underwear be the most expensive in the world?

Image courtesy of Daniel Schmitt & Co.

Enzo Ferrari’s personal car for sale

Daniel Schmitt & Co. is offering a 1962 Ferrari 330GT 2+2 Coupe by Pininfarina for $495900. The Light Ivory with a beautiful black leather interior car, which is still in spectacular condition, also served as Enzo Ferrari’s personal car for two years before. In January 2018 the car underwent service work worth $22000 by a Marque specialist.

An exceptional blue twin-stone diamond

Next week, Christie’s New York Magnificent Jewels sale is offering a 3.06 and 2.61-carat fancy vivid blue twin-stone diamond ring. The jewel is estimated to fetch between $6 million – $8 million. The sale is will take place at Christie’s Rockefeller Center headquarters.

A rare Bulgari piece goes up for sale

Sotheby’s upcoming New York Magnificent Jewels sale taking place on 17 April 2019 will feature a Bulgari diamond Serpenti necklace. The rare statement piece with an estimate of $800000 – $1 million will be offered alongside a Cartier pendeloque brooch from French luxury conglomerate’s art deco period.

Image courtesy of Nice Laundry

The most expensive underwear has arrived

Earlier this week, Nice Laundry, released black cashmere 24k gold Flying Pig slim fit boxers retailing at $1000. According to the New York-based men’s socks and underwear manufacturer, this 100% cashmere creation brings their detailed craftsmanship to new realms of comfort and luxury.

Read last week’s Luxury Briefing featuring a Glenlivet’s 50-year-old vintage 1967 here.

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