Movie and T.V. Show Props & Michael's original Jewelry Art 
(right) Michael leads a seance for Gene Simmons on his hit TV show Gene Simmons Family Jewels aboard the Queen Mary
Michael J. Kouri with some of his favorite celebrities  and clients: Jane Withers, George Clooney, & Ghosts in a real Haunted House(center) 
Other images feature Michael posing with Carol Burnett's #1 Fan Cathy Clemens, interviewing Simon Cowell, clowning around with Joanne Worley and Florence Henderson at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, Ca, Dinning with Roy E. Disney and Ray Bradbur. Right Michael poses for a photo with compser Richard Sherman receiving an autographed copy of Dick's book. Richard Sherman, creator of the world famous tune "It's a Small World AfterAll, for the Disneyland attraction, is one of my favorite Spiritual people on the planet today! 

With Alfred Hitchocks ghost, Lilly Tomlin, & Carol Channing at the Magic Castle. Zelda Rubinstein from Poltergeist loved to have lunch with Michael at haunted restaruants...
  Dare to Join Michael J. Kouri on one of his famous Ghost Tours of this world famous ship. Will you see Ghosts in the Children's Nursery, above, in the main lounge, or in the bowels of the ship (below) ?  You sure might with Michael who is truly a Ghost Magnet. Nearly everyone who works on the ship know's Michael as he's appeared on more than 16 TV shoots there, provided his special Ghost Tours and taken hundreds of people to the most truly haunted hot spots on the Queen Mary Ship...

 Visit the Tour page for dates available to take one of Michael's Special Ghost Tours on this ship, too. Sur eyou can take the shipw own ghost tour with their cheap special effects, but taking one with a real Psychic Medium makes the experience all the more spine tingling - especially if you feel, and see the ghosts with him as so many pople do on Michael's Ghost Tours! Or ask Michael about conducting a Communication Circle (Seance) there. 
(Above) Michael and his team investigating the orbic energy in the 2nd class swimming pool area of the haunted Queen Mary for the Discovery Channel. Notice the giant Orb shown in this photo to the upper left, a slight orb shower above Michael's head and more to the upper right of the image...and the ghostly figure next to Michael on his left side. Will you actually capture ghosts and orbs on your camera on this tour? People do all the time when their near Michael.
Excerpts of Michael J. Kouri's appearance on the A&E series Gene Simmons Family Jewels. Though the show editors mis-spelled Michael's name on the show, he received thousands of emails from fans and friends around the world...

You can tour this world famous Ghost Ship with Michael J. Kouri by visiting the Tours  or the Scheduled Events Pages for dates, times and prices...but Are you Brave Enough? Gene Simmons was scared our of his whitts after the Seance Michael conducted in the ships most haunted cabin! 
Touring the Lobby are the actors portraying a TV show producer: A.J. Gentile, the Queen Mary Guide, Phil who actually works on the ship, but is an actor, too,  Gene Simmons and Shannon Tweed...about to go below to the haunted boiler rooms six decks below. 
Believe it or not, this short clip took over 9 takes, for the director and cameraman to get it right. Actors may be used to doing TV shows this way, but ghosts aren't. We heard all kinds of creepy natural sounds coming from the haunted swimming pool below. Splashing sounds, people talking and other weird things, though we were the only living people there that night. The shot started at around 9pm and lasted until nearly midnight. 
         The Swimming Pool below us...
Michael and Shannon in the Boiler Room. Shannon is totally creeped out, thinking someone is trying to pull her down from the platform we're all standing on.
Michael and A.J. Gentile in the Boiler Room... The Director called for large flashlights for the actors to give the illusion we were on a real Paranormal Investigation with Michael. "I could see, feel, and sense many real spirits around us down there and it totally made Gene Simmons feel uncomfortable. Off camera, he asked me questions about safety for lay people not normally associated with spirits."
Michael using his dowsing rods to show the group that they weren't alone. Though in the clip you only get to see a few seconds of this, it actually lasted over 2 hours. It's a real shame that these TV production people don't show the real phenomena more often, rather they change the dialogue to make it seem that psychics aren't the real deal. I was using a crystal pendulum and could hear a spirit guide for Gene ask me to mention Florence. Gene was stumped, (though they don't show his face on sceeen) and later an insert was added with Gene and Shannon suggesting I'd read his biography or watched the show to learn who Florence was - his mother. Cheap Tricks, too bad!

When I handed the rods to Gene, they actually worked after he held onto them for about 15 minutes He was fascinated with them, Shannon tried them too and also with great results. I explained that it might take awhile for my tools to work for them, and Gene, a skeptic, was utterly fascinated at how they worked for him. Again this wasn't shown on camera! 
The Seance was Real and was held in a room said to be the most truly haunted and active one in the hotel. It is so scarey, the hotel no longer rents it out to guests. The stupid plumber investigators from that phony reality show, shot there, threw things around the room to make it seem haunted and actually broke an antique marble top table in there...Those goofballs never even paid for the damages, but claim the ghosts did it. We started our convocation with the spirits in the dark room and again the show edited down nearly 3 hours of communication with the spirits, but did show the candle flame rising up in answer to one of Gene's questions that nearly caught his hairsprayed doo on fire!  Yes, that's his real hair, plastered over his scalp! 
One comment to note about reality show's, they're often scripted and pre-planned like this one. I had no idea going in that there were going to be actors there pretending to want to show Gene the haunted boat, so he'd agree to co-produce a show all about ghosts and haunted houses. When I first met A.J., Gene and Shannon we were camped out in the Churchill suite in the hotel. Shannon looked up at me, and asked me who I was playing on the show. I told her I was playing myself, a real honest to goodness Psychic Medium. Gene looked up in horror. I mean his face turned white as a ghost and he kept trying to tease me and joke around with me about what I do. The fire alarm went off and he pointed at me saying "you did this, didn't you?" and I told him the spirits on this ship really like my energy and often do things like that to let me know they're aware that I'm on board again. There were so many unexplainable mishaps that occurred during the shoot including the hallway outside of our suite flooding. Gene and Shannon were standing in 4 inches of water with the power cords and electric cables near them. I literally yanked Gene into the room to get him out of the water and he later thanked me for possibly saving his life from electric shock. The crew were nice, but not very professional. They had me sign a contact, spelling my first and last name in print, then spelled my last name incorrectly on camera, even though I'd given everyone one of my business cards including Gene and Shannon. Don't the editors read those slips of paper?

All in all, it was a good shoot, it lasted many hours and we were all exhausted when it was over. They fed us dinner, but after shooting for nearly 6 hours, when we came back to the room there was nothing to eat, not even for the Star, Gene Simmons who was totally pissed off and let the director and crew know it. You can read more about what really happened in my new book: Haunted Houses of Hollywoodland, and later in my book: True Hauntings Aboard Queen Mary. 
The Queen Mary Ship today in the 21st century
You'll be dazzled and amazed as you explore the color palettes in the world of Interior Design with your Ghost HostMichael J. Kouri who coined, created and published his title as The Psychic Decorator for his newest book to be released in 2012. 

Michael has worked as a Spirit Medium/Decorator Extraordinary for decades and often receives impressions from those who haunt houses throughout the world to scare away new tenants with otherworldly ideas of decor. One family wanted to paint the walls of their historic 1920's Hollywood Tudor Mansion black and purple, but the former owner who died in the house had other ideas and worked hard to scare them away, that is, until Michael J. Kouri was called in to help.

Michael has re-decorated hundreds of dwellings including private homes, condo's, apartments, offices, churches, schools, hospitals, museum, Television production sets and more with the aid of his live and "dead" clients. You'll actually see photographs captured of Michael in action with rare supernatural footage of ghostly humans and animals, in this amazing book, the first of its kind ever written and who better to do it than this world famous Psychic Medium. Michael is considered a Ghost Magnet by thousands including true believers, scientists, and skeptics alike as he uses his keen abilities reaching into the afterlife and the great beyond. 

You're sure to become an Armchair Ghosthunter yourself as you explore with Michael in his fifty-third book. If you don't believe in ghosts now, you sure will after encountering them in this book! You won't want to put it down. A few years ago, Michael pitched this idea to TV producers who loved the idea. The TV show is in production and soon you'll be watching Michael J. Kouri, the Psychic Decorator decorating dwellings on television or the Big screen since Michael is the only real Psychic Decorator in the world today.

Michael J. Kouri (Left) investigating one of the most haunted historical houses in Knoxville, Tennessee for CNN Television in May of 2011. 
Long before conducting Haunted House Investigations, offering private Psychic Readings and working throughout the Paranormal field, Michael has worked as an antique dealer, buying and selling antiques, movie and television props, conducting estate sales, and he is a multi faceted artist. What can't this man do, is a question his friends, fans and peers often ask. 

 Here we offer a few pieces of both his original art jewelry as well as antique, and vintage Costume Jewelry, consigned from private collectors of stage, TV and Movies. It's not unusual to find Michael at auctions, prop house sales or autograph shows as he buys and sells a wide variety of collectibles to enhance his numerous repeat clients collections, museums, theater owners, and collectors around the world increase or liquidate their own collections, too. "The hunt for these treasures is the most fun." Michael has been accused of being a "Treasure Broker," throughout his career and enjoys this work immensely. Through the years, Michael has amassed one of the largest collections of costumes, and memorabilia which he shocases in his books.  He supported himself as an antique dealer from the age of 13 years old and has been buying and selling antiques and collectibles ever since. Today, Michael offers antiques, collectibles, dolls, toys and props on various online auction sites, and here on his personal website, too. Michael is still a certified appraiser, has appeared on numerous T.V. shows showing his ginormous prop collection and written about them in his books. He has also consigned antiques, collectibles and props offering estate sales and/or selling them at auctions, but now you can buy pieces from Michael's collection, that have recently been photographed to appear in two new books: Haunted Houses of Hollywoodland and Jewels of the Movie Stars and the Glamour of Hollywood's Past. (which will be available on this website when published)

Imagine being able to own props used in motion pictures like:  Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, The Maltese Falcon, All That Heaven Allows, The Exorcist, Poltergeist, among dozens of others from the early Silent days to modern times and TV shows: I Love Lucy, Bewitched, I Dream of Jeanie, The Partridge Family, The Brady Bunch, Bonanza, Dynasty, The Big Valley, Peticote Junction, The Beverly Hillbillies, and many more.  Every item from Michael's personal collection will come to you complete with a certificate of provenance,  professional appraisal value shown and if available photo images of the stars wearing, or working with the props offered. Michael spends hours researching the props he collects and consigns for his books or to sell, so that future generations of collectors will know the authenticity of these pieces. And it helps the value of the second and third markets, too. Anyone who collects knows, that when an item is published in a book, especially one whose author is world renowned, the value of that object goes up greatly in value.  Michael J. Kouri has been friends with, worked with, and provided provided private psychic readings for dozens of movie, stage, music and television stars for many years...and has also bought, traded and sold relics from their movies, plays, tv shows or their personal lives, too.  Scroll below to see what Michael's currently offering for sale from his vast archives. To purchase an item, simply email us at or call our offices in Pasadena, California (626) 791-1129 with the item number. We'll calculate shipping, insurance, postage fees for you and gladly accept Mastercard/Visa, Discover Credit and Debit cards. All items MUST be insured and tracked to protect both our interests.  
Item Number 104 Joan Crawfords Antique Austrian Crystal Rhinestone Brooch Movie Prop Mildred Pierce  Price: $225.00 plus shipping.
Number 105 Ann Miller's Austrian Crystal Necklace worn in MGM's 1950's Musical
" The Opposite Sex" Price $199.00 
Number 107 Agnes Moorehead's (2) Vintage Austrian Crystal Hair Jewelry worn in MGM's 1950's Musical " The Opposite Sex" Appraisal price $195.00 
Our Price $65.00  for the pair.
Number 162 Joan Crawford's Miriam Haskell Earrings. Circa 1940's.Appraisal $795.00  
Our Price $495.00. This is a fantastic piece of Hollywood motion picture history.
Number 130 Carole Lombard Prop Hat Appraisal value $695.00.Our Price $475.00
Michael's Original Art, Giclee's & Props 
from Movie and TV Shows For Sale
Having been raised by an award winning oil painting mother, and a professional photographer father, I always wanted to try my hand at painting in oils and acrylic's but never had the chance until adulthood. Don't get me wrong, I have always worked as an artist in many different mediums. God truly gave me far more artistic gifts in this lifetime than many other people I've known. My first subject and my attempt at painting in oils came to me in a dream. In it the spirit of a young woman had to make the choice as to which angel to follow to heaven. The angels of her let is  very handsome, virile (Rudolph Valentino type) of man, which I painted in shadowy tones. The Angel on her left wears a bright white shroud, has golden light on her feminine face and both angels show their magnificent wings. "I love it when I show this piece and people try to guess which is the Angel of Light or the Darkness, wondering if the artist is trying to trick them." The Angels can be of your choice.

The original painting was painted in Oil and measured 18" x 24" It took me over a year to finally finish "The Choice" but I also worked on several other paintings in  variety of Mediums. A friend of mine came to my studio one day and asked about one of my seascapes and told me I was good enough to enter my work in a competition. I told him I only wanted to paint for fun...but he and his wife insisted and entered my work. We drove to the art show by the ocean and I could hardly believe it when two of my 3 entries won first place ribbons, and my seascape won Best of Show The judges were stunned that I was a beginner. My first two paintings "The Choice" and "Sunset on the Pacific" have always been my favorites. Three of the judges came to meet and congratulate me and wanted to buy the paintings and I was hesitant. When they told me about a French process called Giclee's, and that copies of my originals could be printed on canvas, I decided their offers to buy my first paintings were too hard to turn down and so I allowed a printer to make Giclee copies so that I could have a copy of my own work, and the judges could own my originals.  I studied the Giclee process and met other painters that used and enjoyed that process. One of my favorite Laguna Beach artists taught me how she re-paints over the printed canvases, so that potential clients get her physical energy with each of her Giclee's. This method is known as re-striking the canvas. 

Now each of my Giclee's have re-strike areas-so each copy holds my physical energy, too. Giclee's are quite expensive to produce and is a painstaking process for both the artist & the Printer. If done correctly, the Giclee should show the original brushstrokes as well as the fibers of the canvas. It is that accurate.  My originals sell fast, but by offering  Giclee's I can now offer Limited Editions of each piece in a small series.  Giclee (Zhee-klay) is the French verb "Gicler" which means to squirt or spray pigment (high quality ink) onto a professional grade paper or canvas. The printer is not a home use printer. Giclee's are made on a large format printer, generally using 8 ink jets that actually spray pigment (ink) onto the surface. Each of my Giclee prints are reproductions painstakingly recreated in a delicate process. We start with photographs of my original paintings. The Giclee copies offered he are printed on high quality pre-treated Canvas, and are re-painted in some areas by the artist. (me) The final process may include the application of 3 dimensional decorating. Having been born a Piscean, I have always been drawn to the ocean, and now it is one of my favorite subjects to paint. My first teacher Diane Hearn of Laguna Beach, Ca., was intrigued with my interest of how the natural light and shadow plays a part in the scene's I enjoy creating, which is perhaps due to my work with ghosts. She taught me how to paint clouds, skies that look real, and helped me master "water" which she initially told me was one of the hardest subjects to paint.Thanks to her help and my vision, I've mastered what I see and enjoy the challenge of brining it to my canvas. One of my favorite times to visit the ocean is right before or after a storm and experiencing the beautiful hues of light and shadow against the Canvas of the sky, sand or hillsides. I also love to paint the mountains and desertscapes, too.

Each of my Giclee's are signed on the front and back and each are accompanied with a [COA] certificate of authenticity. To purchase any of these Paintings just email our offices at or call us directly in Pasadena, California at (626) 791-1129. Give the Painting Number listed under each photo here. Abundant Blessings, MJK. 
"Surfing U.S.A."  This was sketched on Huntington Beach after giving one of my ghost tours there during the cities centennial. I photographed the scene because I loved the way the light shines on the waters edge, the wet sand, the surfers wet suit and the crests of the waves, too. My teacher Diane  Hearn of Laguna Beach told me that painting water is the hardest subject for most painters to paint, and since I've always enjoyed challenges, and love the ocean so much, I accepted it with open arms. Diane taught me how to show the light in my paintings. She is the best teacher I've ever had. We love painting in Plein Air style, too. #124
"Past Life in the Orient" This painting was one of my favorites and most difficult challenges to paint. Inspired by an antique oil painting from a friend's art collection. My version was painted in mixed media using Oil, Acrylic, and Water Color on Canvas." I added Koi to the pond and more wisteria than the original. This piece also comes in a tiny miniature Giclee, perfect for a standard 1/12th scale Doll House. # 123 
To Buy any of these vintage props simply email us directly at or call Michael at our shop in Pasadena, California at (626791-1129. Give us the item number listed below each image.

We gladly accept Mastercard, Visa or Discover Credit/Debit cards over the phone. Shipping Insurance and Delivery Tracking prices are quoted based on your zip or countries postal codes. Your credit/Debit card number is destroyed after purchase. We've been selling to clients worldwide for over 30 years.
I've always been fascinated by the paintings and sculpture of Michelangelo. After studying his work at various museums, I decided to explore with palette knife. My mom loved working in this medium and gave me some pointers.   

My dearest friend in the world Jack has always reminded me of Arch Angel Michael for his great wisdom, kindness and continuous friendship. His wife asked if I could paint him for her, so I decided to try him in a Michelangelo style, using heavier brushstrokes and pallette knife.  The painting (left) is what I created. They were ecstatic with the results and the original now hangs at their Texas ranch. Later on, I painted him again in oil and Pastels but this time only a quarter of his face. (Right) Both are some of my best selling Giclee's  
"Arch Angel Michael" Side Glance #121

Each Giclee comes to you signed and numbered and are hand re-painted by Michael himself.  See the size and price chart  
"Archangel Michael Quarter Face" #122
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Item Number 114 Agnes Mooreheads Austrian Crystal Rhinestone Earrings Broadway and Bewitched TV Show Prop   Our Price: $275.00 plus shipping.
Item Number 113 Agnes Mooreheads Joseff of Hollywood Prop Ring. Simulated Emeralds and Diamonds. Our Price: $675.00 plus shipping.
Item Number 117 Agnes Mooreheads Jade Ring Bewitched TV Show Prop   Our Price: $249.00 plus shipping.
Item Number 121 Agnes Mooreheads Silver Plated Cat Brooch
Our Price: $199.00 plus shipping.
Agnes Moorehead as "Endora" in Bewitched 
Original Oil on Canvas by Michael #114. 
Number 141 Natalie Schafer's antique large compact Appraisal value: $649.00
 Our Price $475.00. complete with COP as shown above.
Number 113 I you love the BBC TV Show Dr. Who as much as Michael J. Kouri does, you'll definitely want to this one-of-a-kind artist made bracelet designed and created by Michael J Kouri, himself. Each round link of silver plated metal holds a wooden and Brass charm frame with an image of our favorite show. Included on the mahogany and brass charms are the DW mascot, Screaming Angel Face and a group of them, The Dead Dolls, and more. This bracelet features 7 charms, which re enhanced with Swarovski Austrian Crystal Rhinestone in Night Sky Blue. The bracelet is a size 7-8 but can be adjusted to fit smaller size wrists. Unisex. Each charm is signed and numbered by this multi-talented artist. This s #4/50. 
Our Price $175.00 . 
This Rare Cast autographed photograph from Gilligan's Island is just one of the pieces from Mr. Kouri's personal TV show Collection. Not For Sale.
Number 163 Elizabeth Montgomery's Bubble Heart Pendant/Necklace from Bewitched.
Circa 1970's.Appraisal $1,500.00  Our Price $1,295.00
This bewitching piece of Hollywood sitcom history can now be yours.
Number 164 Elizabeth Montgomery's Heart Earrings for pierced ears - Bewitched prop.
Circa 1970's.Appraisal $199.00  Our Price $165.00
These bewitching earring can now be yours.
Number 165 Elizabeth Montgomery's Swan Brooch Simulated Opals and Diamond Bewitched prop.
Circa 1970's.Appraisal $249.00  Our Price $125.00
Number 164 Elizabeth Montgomery's Heart Earrings for pierced ears - Bewitched prop.Circa 1970's.Appraisal $325.00  
Our Price $195.00

Number 167 Elizabeth Montgomery's Serena Mod a gogo Clip on Earrings Bewitched prop. c1970's Appraisal $299.00  
Our Price $195.00

Number 168 I Dream of Jeanie TV Show Evil Cousin prop Simulated Sapphires in silver bracelet worn by Barbara Eden. c 1970's Appraisal $350.00 
Our Price $225.00

Number 169 Elizabeth Montgomery's Vintage Hanky and pin- Bewitched prop.Circa 1970's.Appraisal $175.00  Our Price $99.00
These bewitching earring can now be yours.
Number 170 Bewitched prop c 1970's Appraisal $195.00 Our Price $175.00

Number 171 Endora's Large Pearl Earrings Bewitched prop exclusively worn by Agnes Moorehead ( for pierced ears) c 1970's Appraisal $365.00 Our Price $225.00

Number 172 Endora's Diamond clip on Earrings Wild, Wild West & Bewitched prop exclusively worn by Agnes Moorehead  c 1970's Appraisal $199.00 Our Price $169.00

Number 173 Bewitched prop Serena's Diamond Dangle earrings Exclusively worn by Elizabeth Montgomery and her stand in Melanie McCord.  c1970's Appraisal $325.00 Our Price $269.00

Number 174 Gilligan's Island Jewelry Props Pin & Earrings  c1970's Appraisal $325.00 Our Price $269.00

Number 175 Jane Wyman's Gold and Turquoise Cross gift from Rock Hudson.
c1950's Appraisal $750.00 Our Price $425.00

Number 176 I Dream of Janie Simulated Gold Dangle earrings Circa 1970's 1 of 2 exact pairs Appraisal Value $350.00 Our Price $199.00

Number 177 Bewitched Rhinestone Heart Earrings. Circa 1960's 
Appraisal Value $199.00 Our Price $165.00

Number 178 Bewitched Endora Clip on Earrings Circa 1960's 
Appraisal Value $325.00 Our Price $275.00

"Life" Original Oil & Pastel on Canvas. Being a Piscean I've always loved visiting the ocean and now I can't stop painting it. #113
"The Choice" Michael's first oil painting. #112
"Santa Barbara Forrest" #115  -  "Ice Cave "#116
"The Calm After the Storm." #117
"Sunset on the Pacific" Original O/C  #119. 
"Stormy Desert"  [above] #118
"Sleep in Heavenly Peace" #120
Sizes and Prices for Michael's Giclee's

5" x 7" Unframed $475.00

8" x 10" Unframed $1,200.00

16" x 20" Unframed $1,800.00

18" x 24" Unframed $2,750.00

Each of Michael's Giclee's come to you hand signed &#'d and are accompanied with a certificate of Authenticity with history, his inspirations and more. His Giclee's are only made in small editions unless otherwise noted. 

Michael's originals can also be purchased when available, however his waiting list is numerous. 

To order a piece of art from this page. Please tell us the name and number of the painting. Example {Desert #108} when emailing or calling our studio in Pasadena, Ca.

Mdm Leota Rings #125[above] 
$25.00 each
Mdm Leota
Brooches #126 [Right}
 $20.00 each
"Golden Tide" Original O/C  #128. 
"Under the Sea" Original O/C   #127. 
"Biker Babe" Original painted  in Mixed Media Model is my friend Penny   #129.