New Orleans antique shop features jewelry worn by Prince himself

Jewelry from Prince's estate with M.S. Rau

NEW ORLEANS, La. (WVUE) - M.S. Rau, located in the French Quarter, has a variety of pieces owned and worn Prince that were bought by his first wife, Mayte Garcia.

Some of the items include:

Prince’s Amethyst Love Symbol Pendant takes the shape of the “Love Symbol". The ‘unpronounceable symbol’ became his stage name from 1993 until 2000. It was custom-made for him with 14K white gold. The price to wear this piece worn by Prince onstage during concerts? $58,500.

Prince’s Amethyst Love Symbol Pendant takes the shape of the “Love Symbol". The ‘unpronounceable symbol’ became his stage name from 1993 until 2000.
Prince’s Amethyst Love Symbol Pendant takes the shape of the “Love Symbol". The ‘unpronounceable symbol’ became his stage name from 1993 until 2000. (Source: M.S. Rau)

Prince’s Onyx Crescent Moon Pendant was also custom-made for Prince. It takes the shape of a one of Prince’s favorite fascinations - the crescent moon. The cost of this piece, also worn onstage, is $44,500.

Prince’s Onyx Crescent Moon Pendant was also custom-made for Prince. It takes the shape of a one of Prince’s favorite fascinations - the crescent moon
Prince’s Onyx Crescent Moon Pendant was also custom-made for Prince. It takes the shape of a one of Prince’s favorite fascinations - the crescent moon (Source: M.S. Rau)

Prince’s Silver Medusa Bracelet by Versace has 6 medallions and each showcases the head of Medusa, which is the logo for Versace. This piece is $12,500.

Prince’s Silver Medusa Bracelet by Versace has 6 medallions and each showcases the head of Medusa, which is the logo for Versace.
Prince’s Silver Medusa Bracelet by Versace has 6 medallions and each showcases the head of Medusa, which is the logo for Versace. (Source: M.S. Rau)

Prince’s Golden Bracelet by Ugo Correani for Versace Regardless if Prince owned this bracelet, it would still be a rarity, according to the website. This golden bracelet is priced at $12,850.

To view the items visit the M.S. Rau website.

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