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Collapsible Fabric Coffin Prop
Item# 01103910
No Halloween party is complete without an open coffin - who knows what might turn up? Add a classic horror film touch of drama to your party with this collapsible fabric Coffin prop. The life-sized coffin has a satiny blood-red interior and a midnight black pillow - will Dracula rest his head upon it or might it be someone or something even worse?
  • The collapsible fabric coffin prop is made of paperboard wrapped in black and red satiny polyester fabric and includes a black ruffle trimmed pillow. Unfold and pop up the coffin for display and decorative purposes.
  • A full six feet long.
  • Item Dimensions: H" x L" x D"- 12.99 X 72.05 X 23.62
  • For indoor use
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2.0 out of 5
$69.99 USD
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    • Includes: fake coffin
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[6 of 6 customers found this review helpful]

So So
By HeadhunterVerified Reviewer from Independence, MO on 7/15/2012
Cute little pillow
Best Uses:
Just For Fun, Sleeping in after party
Describe Yourself:
Halloween Lover
Was this a gift?:
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Collapsible Fabric Coffin Prop:

Making a vampire lair in my haunt and needed a coffin. The selection is sparse and some of the offerings are pretty pathetic. This one seemed interesting so I gave it a try. Don't really regret getting it but not sure whether I can use it as it is actual size and a little large for the small room I was going to display it in. My main complaint is that the coffin walls are fortified with cardboard instead of a metal frame and this gives the coffin a rather sloppy look. The lines defining the classic shape are not clean and straight. Being something of an artist I did try shaping the "walls" of the coffin to make them straighter but just ended up looking a bit cheap and frumpy (the coffin I mean). Tomorrow I will go pick up some properly sized panels of thin but sturdy wood and replace the cardboard with that in hopes of improving the overall look. I might also try using some black paperboard or whatever you call that really thick posterboard and cutting out my own exterior and then setting this down inside for a nice interior. Final thoughts are that it is an interesting piece if your standards are on the cheesy side but if you want realism like I do you may have to do some crafting.

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