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Jeweled Cinderella Castle

It’s no surprise that Disney offers souvenirs to cater to nearly any taste, but what may still surprise you are the price tags on some of these fine items.

If you have several hundred (or thousand) dollars to drop on your Disney finds, check out these high-priced finds!

1. Blown Glass Figurines

Blown Glass Cinderella CastleBlown Glass Cinderella Castle

Arribas Brothers, at Downtown Disney, offers an extensive collection of blown glass art. You can even watch the masters at work. While you can get many of the smaller pieces for reasonable prices, this is a great place for a splurge as well. The Cinderella Castle pictured here goes for $2,500.

Maleficent FigurineEvil Queen Figurine

The glass-encased Evil Queen, pictured above, is $1,200, though the exquisite attention to detail in this piece makes it worth every penny.

2. Crystal Figurines

Crystal FigurinesCrystal Figurines

These sparkling jeweled figurines are an eye-catching addition to any Disney collection. It’s a good thing, too, because even a tiny figure runs between $100 and $200. For the large Genie pictured here, you’ll pay $1,500. If you’re looking for something in the middle of the line, you can snag Sorcerer Mickey or a small Cinderella Castle for just $495. Some of the most extensive collections are available at Arribas Bros at Downtown Disney, but you can find them elsewhere in the parks, too, such as the gift shop in Epcot’s Mexico.

3. Original Artwork

Sorcerer SymphonySorcerer Symphony

You can get replicas of many great pieces for a great price, but if you’re after the original, be prepared to pay for it. The Sorcerer Mickey painting pictured above is by James Coleman, and titled “Sorcerer Symphony.” The piece sells for $1,095.

Tea with AliceTea with Alice

This “Tea with Alice” original artwork by Michelle St. Laurent has a $4,900 price tag. Original pieces can disappear quickly, so you never know what you’ll find during your visit. If you want to get a big dose of original Disney art while you're in Orlando, plan to come during Festival of the Masters. This Downtown Disney event is not ticketed, so anyone can show up and browse the booths that feature both Disney-inspired art and many other original pieces including jewelry, sculptures, photography, and paintings.

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I was just going to say about the Castle that's $37,995. If I could afford things like that I'd definitely get one.

An Arribas Brothers store is also located in Magic Kingdom...but it says Crystal Arts on sign.
They have a crystal covered castle for over $37,000. And they have already sold 16 of the 50 they are making.

I would love to have a miniature scale model of the resort and monorail that rides thru Contemporary and to Magic Kingdom. That would have to be my splurge. Of course have the music of the parks to go with it.

Just noticing in photo #2 that I see The Evil Queen from Snow White, but no Maleficent. I wonder if there is a better photo somewhere.

Great article. I have often looked at that blown glass Cinderella Castle and thought "If only". One small criticism - the figure on page one is the Evil Queen from Snow White and not Maleficent.

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