By Nakisha Williams
Updated November 30, 2012 at 01:30 PM EST
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Laurie Sparham

Anna Karenina

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To re-create the rich look of 19th century Russia in Anna Karenina, production designer Sarah Greenwood and set designer Katie Spencer — the Oscar-nominated duo behind Pride and Prejudice and Atonement — scoured flea markets, antique shops, and private collections for authentic furniture, props and art. And what they couldn’t find, they made.

Today at 11am EST, One Kings Lane kicks off a 72-hour flash sale of pieces straight from the set of Anna Karenina and additional items inspired by the film (in theaters now). Victorian furniture. books and artwork, curtains and light fixtures, and accessories like opera glasses and gloves are all part of the vast selection of goods, with prices ranging from $15-$2,000.

Previous One Kings Lane movie set sales have been pegged to Jane Eyre and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, but reps for the site tell us that, with more than 700 items up for grabs, the Karenina event is their biggest to date.

Click on for a sneak peek at some of the screen-used props for sale. SEE THE PHOTOS

Russian set dressing

Items from Karenin’s (Jude Law) St. Petersburg home include an oversized sculpted urn ($449) and golden lion door handles ($265 for 2).

Pretty playthings

Kitty (Alicia Vikander) and Levin (Domhnall Gleeson) communicate through a word game played with a painted alphabet block set ($1,499 for 10-piece set).

Next: Dinner party

Laurie Sparham

Dinner party

In Moscow, Karenin (Law) sits down to dine with brother-in-law Oblonsky’s (Matthew Macfadyen) family at a table laden with opulent glassware ($165 for 10-piece set), dishes and flatware.

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Anna Karenina

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  • Leo Tolstoy

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