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Own a Piece of One of The World’s Best Restaurant

Wright Auction House

noma restaurant will auction off everything in its dining room on Nov. 2.


Getting the chance to eat at the best restaurant in the world is a rare luxury. Owning a piece of it is even more recherché. Ahead of it’s reopening in 2018, Rene Redzepi’s groundbreaking restaurant noma in Copenhagen (which was named the world’s best restaurant four times), is auctioning off its interior furnishings, décor and tableware.

The November 2 500-lot auction will be hosted by Chicago-based auction house Wright and will include items from dining tables and chairs, to custom ceramic and wooden dinnerware and bespoke glassware starting at just $100. Each item was hand-selected by Redzepi himself and many of the pieces were exclusively for noma by Nordic artists and designers such Hans J. Wegner, J.L. Møller, and Københavns Møbelsnedkeri.

Wright Auction House

You could own this bespoke stoneware by Aage and Kasper Wurtz.

You could be the proud owner of a knife and sheath set made of steel, antler, leather and wood estimated to go for $100 to $200, a collection of nine glazed ceramic serving plates for $300 to $500, or even an entire sculptural installation by Lone Høyer Hansen that’s worth up to $30,000. Also, chairs from the private and main dining room will be available along with a custom 20-foot long table made by Københavns Møbelsnedkeri.

“It has been an inspiration to collaborate with the incredible noma team and work with them to create a new bespoke auction event,” Richard Wright, President of Wright, said in a statement.

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These dining chairs are also up for bid.

Earlier this year, the restaurant, which opened in 2003, closed its doors after 14 years and relocated to Tulum, Mexico for a limited residency. Now, noma is planning to reopen early next year in its new Copenhagen home with a new vision and menu.

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