Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Value?


This is a hand made coffee table. The base is made from elk and the table top is a piece of river wood split down the center and then married to it's opposite to create a flat surface and show off it's amazing grain and color. What value would you attach to a piece like this?

9 comments:

Mookie said...

IF I throw out some arbitrary price like say $500, will you keep saying "No!" all the way until I get it down to $19.95, and if I act now, do I get the lifetime supply of Fresh Mountain Pine scented dustoff stuff??
Or is this more of a rhetorical question?

All In said...

No I'm really wondering what a person would pay for this? Yes I have alterior motives.

DeadMule said...

It's cool, I guess, but I wouldn't have it in my house. So I bid zero.

Mookie said...

So you have ulterior motives eh? (note the clean cool Canadian accent)

I suppose that I might go as high as $100...It's hard to guage the size of this coffee table, as antlers can get pretty big, and I have nothing else to compare it to. So yeah, about $100 I'd say
(note: I'm not good at figuring the worth of much, I still think a candy bar isnt worth more than 45 cents retail!)

All In said...

This table sold for 4 thousand dollars.

DeadMule said...

Not to you?

All In said...

It would have, but the goverenment took all my money to pay for folks on welfare to get tivo. :)

Just kidding, No, my step father made it.

Mookie said...

WOW...I didnt realize he did that kind of stuff.

theslowbleed.com said...

4 Thousand?!

I am going to start building one out of Pez dispensers. That ought to get at least 2 thousand*

*and no actual Pez animals will be hurt in the creation of said table.