Are you in the market for some luxury Scandi interior pieces? Stuff you just won’t find in any old design boutique in Australia? Are you okay with extremely expensive shipping?

If you answered yes to all of the above, you’ll no doubt be excited to learn that uber-chic Copenhagen restaurant Noma is auctioning off all it’s glorious interior pieces in Chicago on November 2.

The restaurant closed its doors earlier in the year, but has plans to re-open again in 2018. In the meantime, the interiors from chef René Redzepi‘s iconic dining spot’s first run are all up for grabs.

Look, maybe you’re not actually going to drop $7k on a chair, but there’s no harm in drooling over these pics, right?

This industrial style table’s estimated to go for a cool 10-15,000 bucks. Yikes.

This innocuous looking bowl? Would look great on a coffee table. Also probs gonna set you back $500.

Ditto for this vase.

What we’d give to have these chairs x 6 around that industrial table, though.

All their tableware is up for sale too, like these luxe as hell plates.

The whole thing’s going down via Wright auction house, and you can see everything that’ll be on auction via their site now. More interested in dining at Noma? The 2018 edition of the restaurant’ll be taking bookings as of November 16hit up their site for more details.

Image: Wrights Auction House