A payment of $ 379,500.00 was what Kim Kardhasian disbursed to keep a watch and a painting owned by Jacqueline Kennedy, according to the North American portal TMZ. The items were purchased by the socialite at an auction held by Christie's in New York.
The Cartier Tank brand watch from 1962, which is made in the form of a bracelet with an 18-carat gold case in a square shape; it has no diamonds. It also has an inscription engraved on the back, which reads "Stas to Jackie" dated February 23, 1963. Nine months before the murder, in Dallas, Texas, of her husband John F. Kennedy.
The jewel was a gift from her brother-in-law, Prince Stanislaw "Stas" Albrecht Radziwill.
For the Christie's house this garment is "one of the most important artifacts related to the Kennedy presidency in seeing the light in recent times," as he mentioned in the description on his website.
The auction for this accessory also included the painting titled 50 Mile-Hike in Palm Beach, which was painted by the former North American First Lady herself and refers to a walk in which she participated. In the image of this creation, two people can be seen walking.
The initial bid for both objects, the clock and the painting, started at $ 60,000.00 although it was estimated to raise up to $ 120,000.00. However, the reality star Keeping up with the Kardhasians, anonymously, offered just over three times of the amount considered.
It is rumored that the accessory that was Jackie Kennedy, now Kim Kardhasian has plans to wear it.