Handmade Hooked on Hooks’ coat rack donation

6 Jul
Handmade Victorian antique pine coat rack with brass acorn-tip hooks donated to the National Trust's Harry's Story at Stourhead

Handmade Victorian antique pine coat rack with brass acorn-tip hooks donated to the National Trust’s Harry’s Story at Stourhead

Pictured is the handmade Hooked on Hooks’ hat & coat rack that was kindly donated to the National Trust by R.G. Sharp for Stourhead’s Harry’s Story exhibition, currently running at Stourhead House in Wiltshire.  Harry was the son of Henry and Alda Hoare, who tragically died in the First World War. Dating back to the early 1700s, the house was one of the earliest Palladian-style mansions to be built in England.

This or any other coat rack can be made to your exact specifications by Hooked on Hooks

This or any other coat rack can be made to your exact specifications by Hooked on Hooks

Come to Stourhead and “discover the dramatic story of love, loss and devotion which decided Stourhead’s future”.

And whilst you are there, in addition to the exhibition and stunning walks in the famous landscape garden, don’t forget to check out the Hooked on Hooks’ handmade hat & coat racks at First View Gallery in the Spread Eagle courtyard.

USEFUL LINKS

Hooked on Hooks: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk

Contact: Steve Gamblin at hello@hookedonhooks.co.uk

Telephone: 07840 634280

Products page: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/c/19/all-products

First View Gallery: http://www.first-view.co.uk/

Harry’s Story information: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ stourhead/things-to-see-and-do/article-1355831266141/

 

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2 Responses to “Handmade Hooked on Hooks’ coat rack donation”

  1. Penny Moran 18/07/2015 at 10:24 am #

    Practical and elegant, and wouldn’t it look wonderful hanging on a wall? Beautifully made, as usual.

    Like

  2. betti72 07/07/2015 at 4:46 am #

    How lovely! Xxx

    From Liz in Italy 🐱

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    Like

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