Take a pew….

7 Aug
Handmade antique French oak hat & coat rack from Hooked on Hooks

Handmade antique French oak hat & coat rack from Hooked on Hooks

….and make it into a gorgeous coat rack. This sumptuous one-of-kind, handmade hat & coat rack from Hooked on Hooks is literally made from an oak church pew. Removed from a small rural church in France during restoration work, conservatively the wood dates to the early 1700s. For full details of this and many more handmade hat & coat racks and other furniture items, click on the link below.

Description: Handmade original Hooked on Hooks’ design  hat & coat rack

Wood: Circa 1710 French antique oak

Dimensions: Length: 82cm. Width: 19cm. Thickness: 2.5cm.

Hooks: Traditional English design, burnished cast iron hat & coat hooks

Dimensions: Hook height: 14cm. Protrusion: 11cm. Spacing: 21cm

Wood finish: Rustic Pine Briwax on original stain

Shipping: FREE to mainland UK (Please email me for quotation for other areas)

Beautiful antique-look burnished cast iron hat & coat hooks to compliment the 300-year-old plinth

Beautiful antique-look burnished cast iron hat & coat hooks to compliment the 300-year-old plinth

Cost: £93.00

Ref: SH0301

USEFUL LINKS

For full details of this coat rack: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/p/354/ handmade-from-early-18th-century-oak-pew-with-cast-iron-hooks-sh0301

More handmade coat racks: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/c/19/all-products

Other handmade products: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/c/25/-other-products

Hooked on Hooks’ Bespoke options: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/t/bespoke

Hooked on Hooks’ Home page: http://www.hookedonhooks.co.uk/

For all and any enquiries contact: Steve Gamblin at hello@hookedonhooks.co.uk

 

 

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