"The King's" so-called throne from Presley's Beverly Hills home!
An evocative relic from the "King of Rock and Roll", a decorative wood and rattan chair once used to conceal a toilet in Presley's grand home at 1174 Hillcrest Drive.
The chair, which measures 28" wide x 36" tall x 20" deep bears a hinged seat. Elvis throne was purchased from my good friend and museum owner Mike L. Moon. Moon opened the Elvis Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tn. in 1979. The collection has been dubbed "World’s Largest Private Collection of Elvis Memorabilia". The chair is accompanied by Mikes Moon's signed letter of authenticity. Price $4500.
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Elvis Presley owned ceramic lamp. With letter of authenticity from Walt Disney. Sold!!!
Colonel Tom Parker's cigar humidor (likely a gift from Elvis). This great little humidor was sold directly by Graceland and comes with a COA from same. Made in Havana Cuba and comes with the original key. Price $1500.
Elvis' beloved grandmother's bedroom chair from her Graceland bedroom. Elvis' Grandmother (Dodger) lived with the Presley family since the 1940's. This chair is one of the earliest artifacts from Elvis' life. Comes with a letter from the Presley family and from famed Elvis collector, Jimmy Velvet. This chair was also featured in the 1994 "Butterfield" auction. Price $3000
Elvis Presley owned and used serving cart from his Hillcrest home. Featured in the 1995 "Butterfield" auction and comes with a COA from Jimmy Velvet. Sold.
Elvis' owned console table for his Hillcrest home. This home was purchased by Elvis and Priscilla, and they spent nearly six years this magnificent home. Elvis stated when moving out. "This home is so perfect not even an ashtray should be moved." This table was featured in the 1994 "Butterfield" auction. This table is six feet long and very well made. The drawers feature lined drawers. Price. $2000.
Elvis and Priscilla owned metal palm tree lamp with round glass shelf. This lamp was in Graceland and accented the white ceramic items in the Jungle room. Very rare piece of Elvis' Graceland furniture. Featured the 1995 "Butterfield" auction and includes an original COA from Jimmy Velvet. Sold
Elvis and Priscilla's nightstands from their Hillcrest home. Very well made dark wood nightstands with lined drawers. I'm certain that Elvis would have kept his pistol in the top drawer of one of these nightstand while he slept. Elvis was alway worried that he or a member of his family would be targeted by a killer such as Charles Manson. Elvis alway kept a gun close by even while on stage. Two identical night stands $1600 each or $3000 for the pair.
Elvis' owned and used green velvet chair with wicker and wood accents from Elvis' Circle "G" ranch. Elvis moved his family to his ranch in Walls, Mississippi immediately after his wedding to Priscilla in 1968. This chair was also likely also used by the Presley's at Graceland. Price $2000.