Anthony Bourdain's estate to auction off items in Savannah

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More than a year after the death of the famous chef Anthony Bourdain, his estate is selling some of his items. And some of the items found their way to Savannah. His property is selling almost 200 lots of his personal items he has collected during his adventurous life. "We think of him as a chef, but he was also a collector of objects and an adventurer – they went all over the world," said Amanda Everard, with Everard Auctions and appraisals. In his travels, Bourdain has collected incredible goods. "These objects that were held in his home, they say very much about him. The years have been given many and many things, but the things he held were special to him, and we tried to show the different areas of his life, "Everard said. In October, the Bourdain estate is selling some of those assets in three cities. "They wanted to bring the collection to a wider audience than the one in New York City. He was a very well-traveled guy and it's nice to have access to it in other parts of the country. It's an incredible opportunity, we're really excited to be in Savannah." The collection includes sculptures and paintings. There is also a tailored tuxedo by Tom Ford. And there are jewels that belonged to the late chef. "His sunglasses, of course, are so much a part of him." Part of the proceeds will go to students who want to travel the world, like Bourdain. "The proceeds of the sale, 40% of it will go to the Culinary Institute of America to sponsor culinary studies abroad. Students can really travel the world and learn about other cultures." The objects at the Savannah auction will go on sale until October 25th at Everard Auction and Appraisals. To view or bid on items in the auction click here.

More than a year after the death of the famous chef Anthony Bourdain, his estate is selling some of his items. And some of the items found their way to Savannah.

His property is selling around 200 lots of his personal items he has collected during his adventurous life.

"We think of him as a cook, but he was also an object collector and an adventurer – he went around the world," said Amanda Everard, with Everard Auctions & Stime.

In his travels, Bourdain collected incredible goods.

"These objects were held in his home, they really say a lot about him. Over the years, they have been given many and many things. But the things he held were special to him, and we tried to show the different areas of his life, "said Everard.

In October, the Bourdain estate is selling some of these assets in three cities.

"They wanted to bring the collection to a wider audience than the one in New York City. He was a very well-traveled guy and it's nice to have access to it in other parts of the country. It's an incredible opportunity, we're really excited to be in Savannah."

The collection includes sculptures and paintings. There is also a tailored tuxedo by Tom Ford. And there are jewels that belonged to the late chef.

"His sunglasses, of course, are so much a part of him."

Part of the proceeds will go to students who want to travel the world, like Bourdain.

"The proceeds of the sale, 40% of these will go to the Culinary Institute of America to sponsor culinary studies abroad. Students can really travel the world and learn about other cultures."

The auction items in Savannah will be on sale until October 25th at Everard Auction and Stimations.

To view or bid on items in the auction click here.

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