These Classic Pieces of Ikea Furniture Can Fetch Up To £50,000 at Auction

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We're big advocates of Ikea here at the UltraLinx office, stylish furniture for a fraction of the price it would cost anywhere else - you can't go wrong. It turns out it might be worth actually keeping your Ikea furniture after you've done with it, because it may well be worth some money in years to come.

According to Barnebys - a leading art search engine that tracks art market trends - several Ikea designs are sold today at auction for prices that well exceed what they originally sold for - by up to £50,000.

If you've got any of these lying around at home, dig them out.

This teak book shelf and cabinet combo is now worth £3,000

This teak book shelf and cabinet combo is now worth £3,000

A full collection of terrine ‘Nejlika’ ceramics is now worth a whopping £1,180.

A full collection of terrine ‘Nejlika’ ceramics is now worth a whopping £1,180.

Ikea's clam chair now sells for up to £50,000

Ikea's clam chair now sells for up to £50,000

Invar Panton's 'Vilbert' chair was unpopular in its day, but is now sold for upwards of £700

Invar Panton's 'Vilbert' chair was unpopular in its day, but is now sold for upwards of £700

These amiral steel and leather chairs now fetch an astonishing £875

These amiral steel and leather chairs now fetch an astonishing £875