Bankrupt Geek Chic owed $7.5M; auction raises a fraction

The Everett maker of “heirloom furniture” for gamers ceased operations abruptly last year.

Geek Chic owner Robert Gifford in the warehouse where his high-end gaming tables were built. (Quinn Russell Brown / HBJ file)

Geek Chic owner Robert Gifford in the warehouse where his high-end gaming tables were built. (Quinn Russell Brown / HBJ file)

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