Michael’s white crystal glove is officially back up for auction at Goldin. The iconic glove was worn by Michael during the 1984 Victory Tour with his brothers. The glove features real Swarovski crystals and was custom designed for Michael by Bill Whitten in the early 1980s.
While the minimum bid was $20,000, it has already surpassed this amount. In 2009 it was purchased for $350,000 at auction, though went down in value in 2020 to $100,000. This glove was originally donated to UNICEF in the 1990s, who went on to sell it in 1998.
The crystal-studded glove comes with a letter of provenance from David Miller, a former employee of MJJ Productions, and was personally given this glove from Michael Jackson himself.
If you have some money to spare and would like to own a piece of HIStory, you can bid on the auction here. The auction ends on February 23rd.