Plain garden chairs or elegant designer pieces? In any case, Mustafa Celik finds them very comfortable, which is why he bought them at the flea market. But his wife isn't quite as enthusiastic about the furniture - that's why the 36-year-old operations manager from Bremen wants to sell it to "Bares für Rares".
In the expert room, Sven Deutschmanek and Horst Lichter took their seats on the chairs. “When does the film start,” Lichter asks from the second row. But since he is in the studio and not in the cinema, the presenter immediately stands up again while the expert remains seated for a while.
This brings the two of them to the topic of school. “Have you ever stayed seated?” Lichter asks his colleague. Deutschmanek admits that he actually failed to get promoted in the 7th grade. “I always got around it,” Lichter remembers.
Celik paid 100 euros for the five chairs. “Very cheap,” says Deutschmanek, anticipating his expertise. Because the seating comes from Milan. It is the model "Gaudi", which was designed in 1970 by the Italian architect Vico Magistretti.
Even though he only paid 20 euros per copy, Celik is not modest in his demands: he wants 1250 euros for his chairs. The expert corrects this downwards: He thinks 120 to 180 euros per piece is possible. That adds up to 600 to 900 euros. That's why Celik would sell - after all, his wife is breathing down his neck.
“Have you cleared out an ice cream parlor,” asks Walter “Waldi” Lehnertz when the salesman enters the sales room. Julian Schmitz-Avila starts with 250 euros for the five chairs - that's how much Celik actually wanted for one. But luckily Leo Leo is also there - and increases it to 400. In the end, the garden furniture changes hands for 550 euros, Leo Leo is satisfied.
And “Waldi” is happy for the seller: “In any case, he has now made his wife happy.”
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