Elvis Presley’s Jewelry Featured in Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Exhibit

On Nov. 29, Cleveland’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum will unveil new exhibit honoring Presley’s personal items from Graceland—including the King’s bling. 

The exhibit will focus on Presley’s life and career, from his time in the Army to the 1968 television special Elvis (responsible for launching his comeback) to his various appearances at Lake Tahoe.

More 40 items from Graceland, Presley’s Memphis, Tenn., estate, will be on display, including an entire case full of the King’s jewelry: luxury jewels, several rings, and his medical ID bracelet.

Aside from an impressive treasure trove of jewelry, other personal effects—like an official Army induction portrait taken when he reported to Fort Chaffee, Ark., for basic training in the spring of 1958 and the white “If I Can Dream” suit, circa 1968—also will be featured.

Visitors can see the undisputed King of Rock ’n’ Roll’s jewelry and more personal items from Graceland at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum beginning Nov. 29 through 2014.