Auction for Bobby Whitlock's 'Mountain Ring' begins

Sale began Oct. 11, ends Nov. 29 for jewelry created by former Derek and the Dominos member

Bobby Whitlock designed the
'Mountain Ring'
The Bobby Whitlock Mountain Ring auction is now underway. This exquisite piece of fine jewelry is being auctioned by Whitlock, the ring’s designer and owner. Whitlock was a founding member of Derek and the Dominos and played keyboards on George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass album.

The sale began Saturday, Oct. 11, and will run until its closing on Saturday, Nov. 29 at 11:59 p.m. Bids are to be submitted by e-mail to:

Auction rules:

A minimum bid of $15,000 has been established. Bids submitted under the minimum amount will be immediately disqualified. Any amount over the minimum will be accepted, recorded and the amount will be posted (amount only, bidders’ ID will not be posted). The highest bid received by the closing date and time will be declared the winner. In the instance of two like amounts, the one received at the earliest time will be the one accepted.

In order to place a bid, the bidder must be over 18 years old with a valid Pay Pal account and must include a legal name, legal address, working telephone number and valid e-mail address. By placing a bid, the bidder is agreeing to abide by all the requirements of this sale and has the means necessary to complete the purchase within 48 hours of the sale’s end. If the payment is not received within the grace period, the winner will forfeit and the ring will be awarded to the under bidder.

Payment will be in full and will only be accepted using a valid Pay Pal account. All sales are final.

 Shipping: The buyer agrees to pay for all costs shipping and insurance for either domestic or international mailings. The ring will be shipped within two business days after the payment has been received. A tracking number will be provided for all shipments within the continental United States.

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