If you have a pooch named Spike and a few extra bucks lying around, this sale might be for you
Coming soon to the auction block: the silver dish that Joan Rivers‘ dog used to drink from.
A wealth of items owned by comedian Rivers is going up for auction in June, according to Christie’s, including a Tiffany & Co. water bowl engraved for “Spike,” the name of her deceased dog.
Other items in the auction include an “Edouard Vuillard painting, Dans L’Atelier, painted circa 1915, [and] a jeweled nephrite study of a Lily of the Valley leaf by Fabergé,” Christie’s said. The live auction in New York on June 22 will be complemented by an online auction running from June 16 to 23. The online auction will include costumes by Bob Mackie, as well as clothing and jewelry by designers such as Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Harry Winston.
The items have estimated values ranging from $500 to $200,000. A portion of the proceeds will go to God’s Love We Deliver, which delivers meals to people with HIV/AIDS, and Guide Dogs for the Blind.
Rivers died in 2014 at age 81, after experiencing complications while undergoing a throat procedure.