Halcyon Days Prototype Enameled Box

THE THREE TENORS Halcyon Days Prototype Enameled Box (Way back in 1994, Halcyon Days of London, holder of no fewer than three Royal Warrants, were commissioned to produce some commemorative enameled boxes for the Los Angeles event of 16th July, which saw Plácido Domingo, José Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti perform at Dodger Stadium, with orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta. These were not run-of-the-mill boxes, but were 1½" x 2½" works of art, manufactured using traditional methods of enameling glass onto copper that date back to the eighteenth century. The box was then edged & hinged with 24kt gold and was manufactured with a special commemorative design for the occasion, to be produced in a run of approximately seventy as gifts for VIPs and persons associated with the performance. Before that even had chance to happen, Halcyon Days produced five prototype boxs for approval by the Three Tenors & Zubin Mehta, before commencing the main commission. This is one of those 'for approval' boxes. Manufactured to the same rigid high standards as the final commission designs, this carries an alternate design on the lid and is hinged to open at one of the shorter sides. The final approved design opened along one of the longer sides and had the image on this box in a smaller size as the centrepiece of the design, which also had portraits of the four stars around it. From the personal collection of Martin Goldsmith, responsible for licensing and merchandising for some of the biggest organisations and for many of the worlds iconic events, including this one. One of less than half a dozen ever made, this has to rank as one of the ultimate collectibles for The Three Tenors as well as an Investment item in its own right. Needless to say, we will be unlikely to ever be lucky enough to stock another of these, so once it's gone ...)

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Product Availability Currently Unavailable - You can request the next copy of this item
Release Year 1994 - 25 years ago
Condition Unless stated otherwise in the description above, all items are in at least excellent condition - so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to sell items as close to Mint condition as possible, and many will indeed be close to brand new and/or unplayed. Others may be 'used' - and all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.
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Format memorabilia
Record Label Halcyon Days
Complete Stock List Go to The Three Tenors
Product Catalogue No ENAMELED BOX
Music Genre Classical, 00s Artists, Film & TV, Opera
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
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Recording Artist The Three Tenors
Product Title Halcyon Days Prototype Enameled Box
Product Information The Three Tenors Halcyon Days Prototype Enameled Box UK memorabilia.
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info Deleted - A deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured. However, we stock thousands of out-of-print formats and we specialise in tracking down out-of-print, deleted and hard-to-find releases.
Artists Related To José Carreras, Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo
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