James Marsters has had a fervent and loyal fan base since he first rolled into Sunnydale and began chewing (and biting) the scenery as vampire Spike in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The actor’s appearance as Tarkoff in Witches of East End was the latest in a long line of the actor’s memorable guest appearances – and the ceremonial 12-in. knife he used on-screen during the second-season East End episode “Smells Like King Spirit” is now available to the fan who casts the winning bid at VIP Fan Auctions. To get in on the bidding for this amazing piece of TV history, click here – and keep your eyes out for Marsters’ later this year in the comedy fantasy Dragon Warriors.
The grimoire belonging to brothers Dash and Killian Gardiner (played by Eric Winter and Daniel Ditomasso, respectively) is one of the most distinctive books of spells featured in Witches of East End, or anywhere else, for that matter. Hidden under the floorboard at the Fairhaven Estate, the Gardiner grimoire features an engraved wooden cover and is kept in a leather cover. Its pages contain eerie drawings and spells written primarily by warlock and cult leader Archibald Browning. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the Gardiner grimoire featured on-screen throughout Witches of East End’s second season, and it is, quite simply, one of the most enchanting props from the series. Click here for photos of the book, as well as page samples and more information – and get in on the bidding today!
What happens when former high school sweethearts reunite on a return visit to their hometown, 20 years after they last said goodbye? Drama, romance – and all the other trappings of a classic chick flick! Based on the novel by Nicholas Sparks (author of The Notebook), The Best of Me hit theaters last October starring James Marsden (X-Men, Enchanted) and Michelle Monaghan (Gone Baby Gone) as star-crossed couple Dawson and Amanda, who discover the forces that drove them apart pose even more serious threats today. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering screen-worn wardrobe items from the film’s cast – as well as props and other items from The Best of Me production. Click here to see all of the available items and celebrate Valentine’s Day by claim your piece of cinematic romance today!
As the owner of Botanica Cielo Infierno, a Santeria store in New York City, the warlock Mathias (played by Zak Santiago) has access to some seriously mystical stuff, including a deck of Tarot cards featured in his only appearance – the Witches of East End second-season episode “The Fall of the House of Beauchamp.” VIP Fan Auctions is offering a set of 10 of his screen-used Santeria Emperor and Trickster Tarot cards to the Witches of East End fan who casts the enchanted bid. Click here for photos of the unique cards – and to place a bid today.
The soothsayers who’ve long predicted that digital content would render books obsolete has obviously never visited East End. The witches of that mystical town have granted VIP Fan Auctions permission to offer Ingrid Beauchamp’s (Rachel Boston) screen-used copy of Une Histoire Occulte De La Sorcellerie – the young witch’s illuminated manuscript – to the Witches of East End fan who casts the magical bid. This leather-bound book of spells features a series of interesting illustrations and incantations – though it’s up to the fan takes possession of this sacred item to decipher the spells inside. In other words, if you turn yourself into a frog, don’t come crying to us. Click here for additional information and to see photos of this amazing Witches of East End prop!
Witches have long dabbled in roots and crystals, newt eyes and frog toes. They have stirred cauldrons, flown on brooms, waved wands and worn pointy hats. One constant throughout time and popular culture, however, is the witch’s sacred grimoire – or book of spells. The Beauchamps’ grimoire, featured on-screen throughout the series run of Witches of East End, is now being made available to the fan who casts the spellbinding bid at VIP Fan Auctions. This hardcover tome features numerous pages of drawings, spells and Beauchamp family history. Click here for photos of the grimoire, more information about this enchanted prop and to cast your bid today!
The antique steamer trunk that houses the Beauchamps’ magical odds and ends, including candles, roots and assorted other ingredients for spells is being made available to the Witches of East End fan who casts the enchanted bid at VIP Fan Auctions. The wooden trunk, which was featured on-screen throughout the series – and could not previously be opened by mortals – contains 18 glass vials, seven spell candles, four stone orbs and other spellbinding materials. Click here for more information and additional photos of this piece of East End witchcraft.
Magic is plentiful on Witches of East End, but so too are good ol’ fashioned knives, swords and other weapons wielded by mortals as well as witches. VIP Fan Auctions is offering some of the most distinct weaponry featured on the supernatural series, including Vidar’s (Matt Frewar) 14-in. Boar Dagger and sheath, Mathias’s (Zak Santiago) Obsidian Dagger, Frederick’s (Christian Cooke) 40-in. sword and sheath (above), and King Nikolaus’s (Steven Berkoff) sword, dagger and sheath. Visit the Witches of East End auction page for more information on each piece and to see all of the available props and wardrobe items from the series – and claim your piece of East End today!
For those who’ve dreamed of marrying charming leading-man Channing Tatum, Freya Beauchamp’s wedding gown (pictured above) worn on-screen by actress (and his wife) Jenna Dewan Tatum during the first-season finale of Witches of East End will be the closest you can get. As far as a consolation prize goes, however, this is a pretty good one – the Blue by Enzoani dress is flirty yet elegant, and it includes a pair of Guess shoes and a long veil. If you’ve got a wedding on the horizon and want to add a bit of Hollywood magic to the big day, click here to find more information about his unique piece of Witches of East End wardrobe available at VIP Fan Auctions! Hopefully your wedding will have fewer bad omens (click here for more information on Freya’s blue and silver bracelet, pictured above, and her torn veil) than Freya’s!
Witches of East End’s Wendy Beauchamp (played by Mädchen Amick) is both cursed and blessed with feline powers – including the nine lives. She’s used quite a few during the centuries she’s spent on Earth since being banished from Asgard by her father, however, and her deadly encounter with the evil Penelope Gardiner (Virginia Madsen) costs Wendy her eighth life. This is noted in a color change in the jewel of her necklace, which turns from green to red. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering to the fan who casts the winning bid this pivotal piece of enchanted jewelry that was featured on-screen through multiple episodes of Witches of East End. Click here for additional photos and details on this “red alert” necklace, and get in on the bidding today!