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Ted Shell Designs


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in.news.yahoo.com

The illuminating glove was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs, which Jackson returned as a gift to him in 1986.
The memorabilia is accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity by Shell, as well as a signed letter by L.A. Marquee Special Lighting Effects boss Judie Mallen, who installed the lights in the glove for the tour. Another glove designed by Shell, which Jackson wore in the mid-1980s will be auctioned. (ANI)


www.profilesinhistory.com

The glove, the single most iconic piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia in the world, was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs in 1984 and is emblazoned with bugle beads and Austrian crystal rhinestones and fitted with 50 small lights powered by a single 9v battery placed in the cuff of the glove.
The glass light bulbs were wired on separate circuits making them twinkle at random for added visual impact on stage. The glove, along with several other Michael Jackson items will be available as part of Profiles in History's next auction, set for October 1 and 2, 2009. There were only two of the illuminating gloves made for use by Michael Jackson on The Victory Tour and Michael gifted this glove to Ted Shell in 1986. The glove is accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity by Shell as well as a signed letter by Judie Mallen of L.A. Marquee Special Lighting Effects who installed the lights in the glove for the tour.


www.pr-inside.com

The glove, which is adorned with crystals from the late superstar's 'Suit of Lights' is considered the single most iconic piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia in the world, and was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs.
The illuminating glove, one of only two Jackson wore on The Victory Tour, was returned to Shell as a gift from the pop star in 1986. It is accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity by Shell, as well as a signed letter by L.A. Marquee Special Lighting Effects boss Judie Mallen, who installed the lights in the glove for the tour.


www.celebrity-gossip.ca

The glove is the single most iconic piece of Michael Jackson memorabilia in the world and was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs in 1984.


restinpeacemichael.webs.com [cached]

The glove was specially designed by Ted Shell of Ted Shell Designs and is covered in bugle beads and Austrian crystal rhinestones.
In 1986 Michael gave this one back to Ted Shell as a gift. The glove is accompanied with a signed letter of authenticity by Shell as well as a signed letter by Judie Mallen of L.A. Marquee Special Lighting Effects, who installed the lights in the glove for the tour.


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