Phil Collins‘ ex cleaned up good at an auction for all of her jewelry and clothing … including a $22k score for the singer’s gold records and awards that had a severely low opening bid.
The folks over at Kodner Galleries in Florida auctioned off Orianne Cevey‘s collection of jewelry and clothing on Wednesday for a whopping $2,165,592. That number also included $22k for multiple gold LPs and “Assorted Phil Collins Awards.”
We’re told the first four auction lots — the awards and gold records — drew an extraordinary level of interest … with more than 350 phone and online bids recorded. The final bidding price for those items — which included a gold record of Robert Plant’s “The Principle of Moments” — was a cool $6,325. Remember … the opening bid was just one hundred bucks.
Because we know you’re curious … her fine jewelry collection netted $1,694,000. Five of her watches — including 3 Rolex’s and 2 Patek Philippe — hauled in $235,572. And, some of her designer purses and clothing brought home $61,435. What’s she gonna do with all the money? We’re told a portion of the sales will be donated to Orianne’s charity, Never Give Up Foundation.
For those who missed out on this auction … ya need not worry. Kodner is holding a second auction featuring similar items from Orianne next month.
As we reported … Orianne had said now that she moved out of Phil’s mansion and downsized to a smaller house, she decided to unload items that no longer “spark joy.”