The most expensive high chair ever


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What is the most expensive high chair in the world?


Of course we all want the best for our children. But does that mean buying them a high chair that will set you back $1,350?

The Henry IV Convertible High Chair is manufactured by Sibi under the guidance of Wolfgang Sirch, architect and Christopher Bitzer, sculptor. The company began making baby and children’s items in 2000 and so far they have brought to the market a doll house, push car, and trailer, along with the high chair.

Many of the features you could get in a high chair that costs not even half the price of this fancy chair including a tray, safety straps and a cushioned seat. However, there are some features that if you want them, you’re going to have to pay the price. Items such as a chair constructed from laminated and varnished birch in addition to the powder-coated steel, and a seat that swivels with ease so the parent can easily change the direction the child’s facing, are exclusive to the Henry IV. The seat also changes from a high chair to a chair that the child can use until they are fifteen years old! And for this price, you may want baby to use it until they’re fifteen years old!


The Henry IV Convertible High Chair


The world's most expensive high chair ever

The most expensive high chair ever

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