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Chair Fåtöljen ”Q56”, okänd formgivare now worth £875.<br />
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Ikea is famous for its low-cost furniture but vintage products from the budget retailer are now selling for up to £50,000. <br />
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The shockingly high prices are a result of a burgeoning market for furniture from the second half of the 20th century, when IKEA made its name. <br />
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Within the last year the value of the Swedish manufacturer's most iconic designs have rocketed past their retail cost. <br />
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Recently IKEA's 1944 'mushroom' or 'clam chair', measuring 30ins by 30ins, sold for £50,000 - more than any other individual IKEA product on the market today.