Be it kids or grown-ups when there is a mention of the name Disney, everyone gets excited. The Walt Disney Company, commonly known as Walt Disney or simply Disney, is an American diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate. It is one of the iconic entertainment companies as it has been around for ages. The company is headquartered at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California.
Disney characters have ruled our hearts in our childhoods so it makes sense that everyone loves to visit the company’s theme parks. These parks are definitely worth a visit.
So any Disney fanatic who visits the park also loves to take home a collectible or memorabilia. But these are not that easy to buy.
Also, there are multiple collectibles of all price ranges but it’s not a surprise that hugely expensive items catch one’s eye more. While many of us are more focused on the collections we can actually acquire, there are plenty of somewhat unattainable Disney items out there. Some of these items are absolutely beautiful and while they might be out of reach, one can still dream.
We can often look at some of the items we collect and consider how quickly those prices add up, but the items on this next list don’t even compare. Just one single item is so unbelievably valuable that it could be comparable to the value of a car or even a house.
Some of these items can be rather shocking when you see the price that people will pay for just one piece of memorabilia from the very magical world of Disney.
Some people just want one rare and special piece of the magic, and they do not care how much they have to shell out in order to achieve that item.
When Walt Disney opened the doors of his amazing theme park way back on July 17, 1955, even the magic man himself couldn’t have foretold a future in which a popcorn bag from that wondrous era could end up going for hundreds of dollars at auction in the Tomorrowland future.
But today, Disney fans who love to collect items are willing to pay ridiculously high prices for a piece of the fairy tale.
One of the company’s most iconic characters is Mickey Mouse, which is especially a favorite of these collectors. Many rare and extravagant pieces of Mouse memorabilia have gone from several hundred for brochures and souvenir buttons into the hundreds of thousands, and even millions for one-of-a-kind props and limited-edition memorabilia that vanished in a poof of pixie dust. Today we take a look at some of the insanely high-priced collectibles of Disney world.
Tea with Alice – $4,900
This original artwork is definitely a must-have for fans of the iconic movie Alice In Wonderland. This tea party art is quite expensive but definitely worth it.
Mickey Diamond Ring – $6,075
A perfect ring if your better half is a Mickey Mouse fanatic. But beware it will cost you a fortune. But if you’re looking for any Mickey rings for lesser prices they are also available.
Noah’s Ark Crystal Bowl – $6,750
This lovely artwork is hand shaped into an ark, this Crystal Bowl will hold wonderful memories inspired by the iconic parks symbols on the 24 karat gold band.
This special limited edition work of art is finely crafted by the Arribas Brothers.
Cinderella’s Castle Miniature – $6,500
As one of the most known Disney characters, it’s only fitting that the most iconic building in the Disney Theme Park in Orlando is a Cinderella’s castle. This miniature castle is a beautiful replica and it is quite costly but avid fans don’t mind the price.
Tinker Bell Jeweled Figurine – $6,900
Arribas Brothers made this lovely artwork. In this figurine, Tinker Bell’s sparkling personality shines brighter than ever. Crafted in alabaster and set with shimmering Swarovski crystal stones, she’s simply pixie dusted to perfection!
Mickey Icon Diamond Heart Necklace – $8,075
Nothing quite says I love you like a heart-shaped necklace made out of Mickey’s ears. Of course, the 8k price tag is a surefire way to really drive that point home.
For the Disney fans who frequent upscale events or live in a mugging-free neighborhood, it’s a pretty cool thing to own. The necklace is 14kt. gold and is encrusted with 36 diamonds.
Elsa Jeweled Figurine – $8,950
Another eye-catching artwork of Arribas Brothers, this Elsa figurine costs almost $9,000. The statue is actually really nice and weighs quite a lot (50+ lbs).
Mickey And Minnie Limited Edition Figure – $9,500
The only Mickey and Minnie Mouse figure you should grace your home with features 30,000 handset Swarovski crystal stones and is one of a 188 limited edition. Apparently, it’s called “romance at the park” which is aptly chosen due to it costing about the same amount as buying an actual park. Fans who own this collectible take very much pride in their possession.
Dumbo Jeweled Figurine- $9,500
This figurine of Dumbo, the cute little elephant we all loved in our childhood, is an extraordinary artwork of the talented Arribas Brothers. This finely sculpted figurine is encrusted in showstopping Swarovski crystals.
Cinderella’s Castle Sculpture – $37,500
This is a piece of memorabilia that comes with a price a little higher than the average Disney souvenirs prices and with 28,000 crystals bolstering the castle walls it’s a price that’s hard to dispute. That iconic castle that introduces some of Disney’s most classic animated films, can be purchased straight from the Disney store. It is one of Disney’s most blindingly beautiful collectibles and is the most expensive of all the Disney souvenirs.
Only 50 models of the 20-inch tall amazing crystal encrusted limited edition castle have been created for retail purposes. This bedazzled Cinderella castle by Arribas Brothers is simply magical.