Fancy settling down on that iconic orange sofa from fave 'Friends' hang-out Central Perk? Well, you could do just that – and in your very own living room – if you have £20,000 going spare.
Oh, and if it were actually for sale.
Antiques experts have valued the best-known pieces of furniture from the world of TV and film and given their verdict on how much they would cost if they were to go on sale today.
King's Landing's famous Iron Throne is the priciest piece of TV and film furniture, coming in at £9.76 million. Captain Kirk's command chair is the second most expensive at £120,000 with Monica, Joey and Chandler's permanently reserved sofa being valued at £20,000.
They also valued Forest Gump's bench for £5,000 and Fraiser's dad's Barca lounger for a rather reasonable £1,800.
LoveAntiques also valued some magical items of furniture, like the wardrobe that leads into Narnia. That's £1.8 billion. Pretty pricey, but, hey, it does include access to a parallel universe.
Sadly none of these pieces are actually for sale. Better put that chequebook away.
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