Black smiths coat hooks c.1844

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+ 44 (0)7568 151752

+44 (0)7568 151752

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  • $474 US Dollar

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Black smiths coat hooks c.1844

THE HOUSE OF ANTIQUES
English black smiths coat hooks c.1844
We are proud to offer a unique folk-art hand forged black smiths coat hook dated 1844. A truly one-off example wonderfully hand crafted in hand beaten iron, showing a primitive and very simplistic form, great patina across the surface. Diamond finished hook tips, scroll tipped base edge, dated 1844 and JKW. This example would make a great decorative and functional accessory to hand up your coats or hats on.
Dimensions in inches: H 6.5 x W 19 x D 4
Origin: England
Period: 19th Century
Condition: Aged through wear and tear is present across these items, fading and weathering across the surface with a strong patination across all the metal. Please view all the photos as part of this advert before a purchase is made.

Period: 

1844

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THE HOUSE OF ANTIQUES

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It’s quite simple. We buy what we like. We believe that extraordinary items are owned by extraordinary people who live in extraordinary spaces. We are driven by the passion to unearth and offer the most unusual, decorative and rarest objects.

Our house style is probably best described as artistic, theatrical and, even macabre.

We often get asked by our clients, “Where did you find that?” The answer is always the same. Look hard enough and you will find what you seek.

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