It is a big chair, a little taller than a standard chair, with an ornate, hand-carved wood panel and faux fur padding.
It was designed by Danish furniture designer Dan Gersch, and is priced at $2,299.
Gersh said he designed the chair to evoke the ice cream flavor of Frozen Queen, a character from the film Frozen.
The chair is part of a series of new Frozen Queen-inspired furniture, which will debut this fall in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.
“We thought about how to incorporate this character in the furniture design,” said Gershy.
“We thought, ‘Why not bring it back?’
So we put the design into the fabric and then made it with real wood.”
The Frozen Queen chair was created for Gerschuk and his wife, Anya, who has worked with him on a number of projects.
They also have a collection of art and collectibles including an old typewriter and an old coffee table.
Gersch said the Frozen Queen design was inspired by the character, as well as the fact that it was made with wood, not plastic.
“I love the way it looks.
I like how it feels in your hand,” said Anya.
Frozen King is the first chair Gersching has designed for the Minneapolis area.
The Frozen Queen chairs are priced at around $2.6 million.
For more, check out our feature on Minnesota’s most popular movie franchises, including the newest installment, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.
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