Lestat’s (Stuart Townsend) coffin from Michael Rymer’s 2002 vampiric horror film Queen of the Damned.
Turned into a vampire in the 1700s, the musician Lestat rises from the grave at the sound of heavy metal. Realising an opportunity has arisen, he claims the metal band as his own, becoming a worldwide sensation, not realising his music will once again bring forth Akasha (Aaliyah), the first vampire.
This coffin can be seen in the Los Angeles mansion of the vampire-turned-rock star as he listens to music and prepares for the big concert in Death Valley, California. Made of wood with a welded metal frame, the coffin is covered in ornate inlaid designs, made from plastic and glued to the surface to give the coffin a runic, occult style. Horn-like coffin handles made of metal and welded to the frame allow the coffin’s lid to be opened, the hinged lid revealing a padded interior in a deep purple colour, covered in floral designs. The coffin has been given a metallic paint finish and rests on a large octagonal steel base, giving it a truly ominous look.
The coffin has suffered some damage with small sections of inlay coming away from the coffin lid and a repaired crack at the coffin lid’s head end. The original metal props that held the coffin open have also been replaced, and the base has suffered some corrosion over time. However in spite of these flaws the coffin remains in a good production-used condition.
Materials: Ferrous Metals, Wood, Man-Made Woven Fibres, Foam.
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