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Chair Fåtöljen ”Q56”, okänd formgivare now worth £875.
Ikea is famous for its low-cost furniture but vintage products from the budget retailer are now selling for up to £50,000.
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.
Within the last year the value of the Swedish manufacturer's most iconic designs have rocketed past their retail cost.
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.