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Sale of props from 'Maleficent' to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of America

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One Kings Lane, a leading online destination for the home, will sell 150 props from the set of Disney's live-action epic Maleficent and all the proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of America.

The sale will offer one-of-a-kind items, including embroidered and lush cushions, ornate trunks, and pewter serveware from the film set. This marks the first time Walt Disney Studios has sold film set pieces from a new release. The online sale begins May 30 at 11 A.M. EDT/8 A.M. PDT exclusively on www.OneKingsLane.com.

"Fans of the film and its exquisite interiors are in for a treat with these rare pieces, and we're delighted to be the only retailer to offer them," said Susan Feldman, One Kings Lane chief merchandising officer and co-founder. "The array of beautiful product truly captures the fantasy and marvel that is Maleficent."

The 150 products range from a petite jar with wishbone stick, $75, from Elle Fanning's character Aurora's cottage, to a pewter chalice, $165, and Indian chappati bowl, $325, from the majestic castle's great hall. Additional pieces include a large tapestry with painted scene, $800, and baroque trunks and chests, starting from $1,000.

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