Emmy Rossum as Christine Daae Wedding Dress

Purchased at the large eBay auction of original screen-used costumes and props featured in “Phantom of the Opera”, Emmy Rossum’s wedding dress was worn during the final scenes of the film. We’re aware of only one identical copy of the full, “dry” dress offered here which sold in November, 2012 at Julien’s auction for $5,120 (more information here). This dress, and its twin from Julien’s were the ones seen when Christine is standing on dry ground before entering the water to kiss the Phantom and release Raoul. There were also duplicates of the skirt portion of this costume which were swapped out for the moments in the film when Christine wades into the Phantom’s lagoon to rescue Raoul – these skirt portions were stained a green color from having been soaked in the tinted water.


We’ve decided to let this piece go and are offering it for sale. The gown and bridal veil are screen-worn by Emmy Rossum. The wedding dress is made in two parts – the white lace trimmed bustier bodice and floor-length skirt and ruffled petticoat. It includes the long veil and pearl trimmed headpiece which still has at least one strand of Emmy’s hair trapped in it! This is the veil that Gerard Butler places on Emmy’s head during the finale of the film after she’s changed into the wedding dress.

The costume will be packed in the original shipping box mailed from The Really Useful Group in London during December, 2005 and includes The Really Useful Group’s Certificate of Authenticity signed by “Phantom’s” executive producer, Austin Shaw.

This gown was displayed for a short period (as pictured here) and has since been in storage awaiting it’s new home.

For Sale $5,100, Offers Welcome!

For more information or to make an offer please email og@phantomcollection.com