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  • A replica of St. Edward's chair used as a prop in the 1998 film "Elizabeth."

    Elizabeth

    1998

    Chair

  • A replica of St. Edward's chair used as a prop in the 2012 film "Snow White and the Huntsman."

    Snow White and the Huntsman

    2012

    Chair

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About the Costume

This chair has been spotted twice, though it has almost certainly been used more than that over the years. It was first seen in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where Cate Blanchett used it as Queen Elizabeth I. It was utilized again with the velvet on the armrests and the gold paint removed in the 2012 Snow White and the Huntsman, where Kristen Stewart used it as Snow White. 

The chair is meant to be a replica of St. Edward’s chair, also referred to as King Edward’s Chair or the Coronation Chair, which you can learn more about here. 

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About the Costume

This chair has been spotted twice, though it has almost certainly been used more than that over the years. It was first seen in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where Cate Blanchett used it as Queen Elizabeth I. It was utilized again with the velvet on the armrests and the gold paint removed in the 2012 Snow White and the Huntsman, where Kristen Stewart used it as Snow White. 

The chair is meant to be a replica of St. Edward’s chair, also referred to as King Edward’s Chair or the Coronation Chair, which you can learn more about here. 

This chair has been spotted twice, though it has almost certainly been used more than that over the years. It was first seen in the 1998 film Elizabeth, where Cate Blanchett used it as Queen Elizabeth I. It was utilized again with the velvet on the armrests and the gold paint removed in the 2012 Snow White and the Huntsman, where Kristen Stewart used it as Snow White. 

The chair is meant to be a replica of St. Edward’s chair, also referred to as King Edward’s Chair or the Coronation Chair, which you can learn more about here. 

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Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Lors
Photos provided by:
  • Lors
Costume Designer:
  • Unknown

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