A large Egyptian-style Fhloston Paradise statue from the production of Luc Besson's 1997 sci-fi adventure The Fifth Element.
A cab driver unwittingly becomes a key figure in the search for a cosmic weapon that can stop evil from taking over the galaxy.
Large statues of women stood in the ship's main lobby, holding candelabras as Korben Dallas (Bruce Willis) battled the Mangalore hijackers. The statue depicts a barefoot woman in a dress. Made of fibreglass, it is mounted on a wooden base and is painted with a cast bronze finish. Her dress is ridged and textured for greater detailing. The arms reaching from the statue's headpiece feature mounting fixtures for the lampshades, as well as fixtures for the bayonet-fit light bulbs that would have fit inside.
The piece has some wear from production use and age, with some cracks to the right hip and on the back of the candelabra. Overall it remains in an excellent condition.
Materials: Fibreglass, Ferrous Metals, Wood.
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Item size - 29.13" x 31.89" x 92.13" (74cm x 81cm x 234cm)
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