A black Swarovski glove worn by the late King of Pop Michael Jackson is set to go under the hammer as part of a pop culture auction in China to be held later this year.
The glove, which the
hitmaker wore during his promotional tour for the 1995 album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, is expected to fetch $50,000.
It will be auctioned along with other Jackson memorabilia including stage costumes, original paintings and handwritten notes by the singer himself, reports
Some items of pop legend Madonna, late singer Elvis Presley, actress Marilyn Monroe and the late Princess of Wales Diana will also be up for sale.
A burgundy velvet dress worn by Diana in a 1989 event at the French Embassy is expected to rake in between $80,000 and $100,000. The items will go on sale October.