Auction: Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman Corset, Boots, Gloves
No matter how you look at Tim Burton’s Batman return movie, you must agree that Michelle Pfeiffer’s catwoman costume is one of the iconic moments in the picture.
If you are a fan of that version of Catwoman, then you have thousands of pounds of good news because her bottom bra, boots and gloves are being auctioned through next week’s Propstore Auction.
The feature of the corset is “M. Pheiffer (original), stage 3, issue 4″ handwritten on the label, indicating the degree of pain applied, how far the film is used, and this is for production creation One of several costumes. The catwoman’s corset appears on a black wooden custom display stand. It shows intentional pain and production wear, including red, green, white and orange paints and makeup residues. Dimensions: 50 cm x 30 cm x 23 cm (193⁄4″ x 12″ x 9″)
Made from a black tread with five metal claws, these long gloves are made from black paint and sewn to each fingertip. Each paw is a unique creation made of thimbles, razors, wires and other sharp sewing tools. Glossy latex coatings have deteriorated since production and are now almost completely detached from gloves. Shown on custom brackets, obvious signs include paint shavings and surface corrosion coatings on each jaw. Dimensions (display): 13 cm x 13 cm x 43 cm (5″ x 5″ x 17″)
The designer, Bob Ringwood, was inspired by the stitched German sculptures and provided a striking hand-made suit for Bob Kane’s classic Batman villain. . These knee-length black leather boots feature high heel stilettos, pointed toe, high soles and beautiful stitching. The laces are fixed in a crisscross pattern through 29 holes and tied to the top. Each toe has a V-shaped detail and the heel portion includes a curved piece of leather.
Catwoman’s boots appear on a custom display. They show creases and wear used in production, especially around the heel, toes and soles. Dimensions (display): 49 cm x 24 cm x 20 cm (191⁄4″x91⁄2″ x 8”)
Who knows that GILLIE details are pink? ! ? We cannot overcome that fact.
Perspective buyers can now begin the bidding process and the actual auction will be completed next week. Can’t wait to see the use of these items!