ELVIS PRESLEY KING OF ROCK AND ROLL GOLD SUIT STATUE

150.00$

1 in stock

Description

In 1956, when Elvis broke onto Billboard’s top 100 pop chart and was dubbed the King of Rock and Roll™, his manager was inspired to commission the creation of a spectacular gold lamé tuxedo, a magnificent suit which has come to be the single most recognizable wardrobe item in the dazzling history of rock and roll.Now you can feel the heat, catch the charisma, and thrill to the flash and finery as never before, thanks to The King of Rock N’ Roll?™ sculpture, available only from The Bradford Exchange.Just one look, and the 12-inch high figure sweeps you off to that electrifying evening, 1957 in Chicago, when, as bobby-soxers screamed and swooned, Elvis Presley took the stage and the suit made its debut, embracing the hunka hunka rock royalty in a blaze of sparkling gold, from his tie right down to his shoes.True to the style of the original, the hand-painted golden tux dazzles from every angle, catching the light with dozens of hand-applied glass mosaic fragments on the lapels, cuffs and trouser stripes. Masterful hand-sculpting by world-class artisans captures the features Elvis fans crave—his swaggering stance, his indescribably blue eyes, his sexy smile, and of course that maddeningly playful wisp of hair. Elvis poses atop a white marbleized base bearing a golden replica of his famous signature.Measures about 12 inches high

Brand

BRADFORD EXCHANGE

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 9 × 16 in