The Countess made the beautiful floral crown seen in the photo. Those who wish to own the real thing–or any other such props or costumes from the film–may have to take out a second mortgage.
In May, A24 auctioned off numerous “Midsommar” production items to raise money for the FDNY Foundation, a non-profit that supports New York City firefighters and their families who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Academy Museum purchased Florence Pugh’s iconic floral dress for a reported $65,000. The matching flower crown went for $15,000. The bear headdress, worn in the movie by Jack Reynor, sold for $5,750 and the fishing mallet went for $10,000.