Hackers Help

Published on September 13th, 2010 | by Jules Yap


Hacker help: Can you ID this coffee table?

Can someone please give me the name of this coffee table, I bought it in 2007. Hope the pictures help. Thanks!

~ plo

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11 Responses to Hacker help: Can you ID this coffee table?

  1. Dromkeen says:

    I have one for sale in Los Angeles if anyone wants one. It is Foil Cherry and double this size. Email [email protected]

  2. Anonymous says:

    do you think this could be made now in oct 2011? I think the legs could come from ikea, and the bottom shelf, but does ikea sell a kitchen cabinet from that has a metal edge, I wonder? thanks.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wish they were still selling that… it’s exactly what I am looking for!

  4. May says:

    that looks like the same sungka board i bought in the philippines…

  5. Pavel ` azi says:

    same as me guys, I have doble as well, cherry and it was bought in prague for 170 euros

  6. Anonymous says:

    yes, it’s magiker, i have one with double space, and i love it!

  7. Buy WoW Hunter says:

    Nice coffee table you have there. Looks like it’s and expensive coffee table. I like it and it looks classy.

  8. Albert says:

    I can confirm that it’s a MAGIKER coffee table.
    It was sold for years in foil birch, and for one year only in foil cherry.

  9. Mymac4ever says:

    Yes it the Magiker as stated above. Ive saved some Ikea-catalogues and found in the 2005 catalogue

  10. i’m not so sure about the coffee table, but i wonder-from where did you get the ‘congkak’ which you have inside your coffee table.

  11. Michael H says:

    It’s a Magiker 75×75 side table without a doubt. It was the only coffee table I know of that had that glass top with the etching around the edge.

    That etching was a feature of all glass elements in that series, from the TV cabinet, cabinets, etc.

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