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village smith was always busy forging useful pieces for the household, small
and large alike. We’ve reproduced some traditional hook designs and
also told our smiths to use their imaginations. You’ll find lots of
uses for these hooks.
Carefully detailed with a large radius, these heavy hooks are perfect for
hanging curtain rods, towels, antique firearms, wreaths, garden tools and
Flat Heart Hook 3 1/2”
L x 1 1/2” D.
Round Leaf Hook 4 1/2”
L x 2 1/2” D.
Round Bean Hook 4”
L x 2 1/2” D. Round Heart Hook 4 1/2” L x 2 1/2” D.
These are reproductions of traditional hooks used around 18th century homes.
Driven into beams, “S” hooks as extenders on fireplace cranes,
and hooks for baskets, are just a few suggestions.
Hook with Twist
Threaded Mantle Hook (G-J are 3”
L x 1 3/4” D.)
“S” Hook (K & L avail. 3
1/2”, 6” & 9” L.)
These designs actually create 3 hooks in one. They’ll easily hold
a coat, scarf and hat. Great for bathroom walls or on the back of doors.
6” L x 2” D.
Mounted Coat Rack
Here is a coat rack strong enough to do the job. This rack is the answer
for your mudroom or back entryway and will provide a welcome place to
hang those heavy winter coats and hats. Four oversized hooks are riveted
to an iron bracket that is hand detailed with your choice of a fleur-de-lis
or fish tail at each end. 36” L x 9” H x 4” D. (Please specify fleur-de-lis or fish tail