I've got a chair furniture aged 50 years, uniquely shaped with a wheel on the right and left, the size of the diameter of 1 metre, length from right to left more than 2 metres, can sit for 3 adults. At the center and edge has a carved motif of red and green. Carvings made by hand and the scale is not perfect, is not symmetrical, but adds to the value of goods due to the original handicrafts, traditional and old-fashioned look.
The chair comes from the island of Madura, Indonesia (looks like a well-known cultural event there called "Cow Karapan"), made from genuine teak wood old and have been assessed by expert antiques estimated age of more than 50 years. The factors that make antiques have such high prices is because there are rarely available in the public market, then the maintenance throughout the age. I get as an inheritance from my parents and because of the large size, I put on the terrace as shown in the photos here, I think it looks pretty good and as my antique collectibles