Everything but the House auctioning some of its most rare and valuable items

A Victorian 14-carat yellow gold ring exhibiting an untreated, natural color-change sapphire surrounded by pearls. Included with the ring is an American Gemological Laboratories evaluation stating the sapphire as natural, color change with the origin as Ceylon (Sri Lanka). Also, the sapphire has no evidence of heat treatment or clarity enhancement. (Courtesy Everything but the House)

CINCINNATI (Cincinnati Business Courier) - Cincinnati-based online estate sale auction firm Everything but the House is auctioning a collection of some of the most rare and valuable items to enter its warehouse.

Everything but the House (EBTH) is embarking on its third Landmark Sale, which takes some of its pricier and more rare items to auction. Past auctions have included a 1954 Chevrolet Corvette, a loose 3.36 carat diamond, a Roy Lichtenstein sculpture and a Rolex watch.

The auction is live now and concludes on June 10.

EBTH sends a team to the home of someone who is downsizing or wanting to sell a collection of items to catalog, photograph and list the items for auction on its website. Once items sell, the customer gets a check for the proceeds less EBTH’s 40 percent commission.

To see the items included in the current auction and learn more about the company’s recent activity, read the full story from the Cincinnati Business Courier.

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