Brief Description: Elvis Presley’s personal lock of hair acquired by Becky Tewell (photo not included). Becky Tewell was a recently rediscovered fling of Elvis Presley’s and consequently a mistress of a member of the Stamps Quartet and a member the Oak Ridge Boys. Becky’s story is documented on Rockology Auctions, President, Stephen M. Shutts’s YouTube series. The hair was gathered in August of 1972, in Las Vegas, by Becky during a routine Elvis haircut. This lock of hair was originally offered in a larger lot, but it has been separated into 5 lots. You are a bidding on the one lot pictured.
Brief Description: Elvis Presley owned faux diamond ring. Elvis would on occasion acquire an entire tray of jewelry during a buying spree, when he requested jewelers bring trays of jewelry to choose from. This ring being a costume piece was most likely in a tray purchase or gifted by a fan. It is no secret many of the rings brought to Elvis to consider purchasing in quantity were of lesser quality. The rings presented well and were marked up considerably to maximize profits. Regardless the ring presented here is an affordable Elvis owned piece of jewelry. Acquired in Elvis’s possessions by Patsy Presley immediately after Elvis’s passing.
Brief Description: Personal, “Bug a Boo” label, button down shirt, originally sold to a 40 year collector, in the early 1980’s by Patsy Presley, Elvis’s double cousin and Graceland employee. This shirt has never been offered to the public for acquisition until now. A wardrobe shirt indicative of Elvis’s 1969-1970 wardrobe. Excellent condition.