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Anyone bought Thai furniture and shipped it home?

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Hi all my travel friends!
this is my 3rd time to Thailand, and every time I'd gone in the past I dream about buying some Thai furniture to ship home (namely a dinning room table and chairs).
Has anyone done this? Is it worthwhile?
I know that the main issues would be local import tax... but how significant of an issue can that already be? (it would be obvious that I am not importing it to sell...)
I would really appreciate hearing from any of you if you'd had experience with that, and also - ANY RECOMMENDATIONS for a good place to buy beautiful teak furniture? (closer to wholesale the better!)

Thanks !!

~ FireDragon

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