Odds are you're never going to get to fly in an F-4 Phantom, but now you can know what it was like by taking a seat in your very own F-4 Phantom II Ejection Seat. Taken directly from one of these fighter jets, the seat was manufactured by Martin-Baker Aircraft, and has been professionally cleaned, refurbished, and riveted to a durable hand-finished steel base. Details include a seatbelt, grip handle, empty oxygen tank and release button, and both a plaque on the rear of the seat and a certificate of authenticity. Note: No longer functional, so don't expect to go flying through the roof in the event of an emergency/in-law visit.
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It might be the most expensive table ever made. But its price isn't what makes The Kahiko Table so desirable. Instead, it's the material it's made of. It starts with the sleek base, made from a composite of engineered wood and carbon fiber that acts as a perfect support for the main event: two book-matched pieces of 50,000-year old Ancient Kauri, the oldest workable wood in the world. In addition to its age, the wood possesses a unique wave-like grain that causes the surface appear three dimensional even though it's flat. And since the grain is unique to this type of wood, you're pretty much guaranteed to never see it anywhere else.
Inspired by a trip to Spain in the 1950s, the Borge Mogensen Spanish Chair combines sleek Scandinavian design with rustic details. The shape is based on ornate chairs found everywhere from Andalusia to India, but Mogensen updated the shape, eliminated the carvings, and kept the arms wide enough to provide a rest for a drink. The chair is available with natural or black leather, with an oak frame in your choice of lacquered, soaped, or black lacquered finish — or, if you prefer, they can send it to you unfinished, instead.