06:04 PM EDT 07/21/2016
Originally posted 07/20/2016 06:20PM
Following the success of Christie's recent auction in New York City, a second set of items from Rivers' estate is now up for bidding at Litchfield County Auctions.
"With the Litchfield's auction we wanted to make some of my mom's favorite pieces accessible to a wider audience," Joan's daughter Melissa tells PEOPLE.
Kelly Osbourne Reveals Some of Late Friend Joan Rivers' Best Advice: 'Never Introduce Your Nipples to Your Belly Button'
Originally posted 07/01/2016 02:05PM
During an appearance on Friday's episode of The View, Osbourne opened up about her respect for the late comedian, whom she calls one of her idols.
"It was an honor to even honor her," she said, referencing her speech at the tribute event for the entertainment icon hosted by her daughter Melissa Rivers last week. "It took me probably about five rehearsals to get through without crying because it was the first time I'd ever publicly spoken about Joan since her passing."
Originally posted 06/23/2016 04:00PM
Items like evening gowns, jewelry and furniture raked in nearly $2.2 million at New York City's Christie's auction house
Originally posted 06/17/2016 03:00PM
When Melissa Rivers' son Cooper wants to get his way, his go-to is late grandma, Joan Rivers.
Originally posted 06/16/2016 12:35PM
"I kept her toothbrush cup. I kept the stuff from her night table. I kept the stuff from the side of her bathtub. I kept strange things like that," she says in the latest issue of PEOPLE.
Melissa Rivers Opens Up About Auctioning off Mom Joan's Belongings: 'She Was Always Adamant That Your Things Should Be Used and Loved'
Originally posted 06/16/2016 08:20AM
"She was always adamant that even your finest things should be used and loved and not just in the bank vault or storage," Melissa tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week's issue.
Originally posted 05/13/2016 05:20PM
The doctors at the center of the lawsuit surrounding Joan Rivers' death still hold their medical license, PEOPLE has confirmed.
On Thursday, Joan's daughter Melissa, 48, reached a settlement in her lawsuit with the clinic where Joan stopped breathing during throat surgery before she died a week later in September 2014.
While details of the settlement were not disclosed, Melissa exclusively told PEOPLE on Friday: "We finally have what we were looking for … answers. We wanted to unearth what happened and now I can look my son in the eye and tell him exactly that – and that someone's taking responsibility for it."
Melissa Rivers on Unearthing Answers Surrounding Her Mother Joan's Death in Lawsuit: 'Now I Can Look My Son in the Eye'
Originally posted 05/13/2016 04:20PM
Melissa Rivers is one step closer to closure now that she has settled a lawsuit against the clinic where her mother Joan stopped breathing before her death.
Melissa Rivers Admits She's 'Not in the Healing Phase' Despite Settling the Lawsuit over Her Mother Joan's Death
Originally posted 05/13/2016 11:45AM
Melissa Rivers has finally reached a settlement in the lawsuit concerning her mother Joan's 2014 death, but she's still deeply mourning the loss of her mother.
"I'm not quite in the healing phase," Rivers told PEOPLE just days before the settlement became final.
"I think it's coming. I think I can see the light at the end of the tunnel," she says, "but I am not quite there yet."
Melissa Rivers Learned Mom Joan's Last Words During Wrongful Death Lawsuit but Says Those 'Will Remain Personal'
Originally posted 05/13/2016 10:45AM
Melissa Rivers says she learned the final words of her mother Joan Rivers as a result of the lawsuit she filed against the clinic where the comedian underwent the surgery that led to her death.
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