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1895 Spinning Hook

1895 Spinning Hook, the World’s Most Practical Coat Hook

1895 Spinning Hook

1895 Spinning Hook, the World’s Most Practical Coat Hook

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Reproduced from an antique we discovered here in Vermont that dates back to 1895, this ingenious coat hook is as practical today as it was back in the day when it was primarily mounted in the lockers of navy merchants to maximize the limited space. Made of sturdy cast iron, the wall hook features a large hook for coats and 5 smaller hooks—4 that spin—for shirts, scarves, hats, etc. Screws for mounting included. 6¼"Lx4"Wx5½"H.

  • Inspired by an antique coat hook from Brattleboro, Vermont
  • Made of sturdy cast iron
  • Wall hook features 4 spinning hooks in addition to 2 stationary hooks
  • Mounting screws included

1895 Spinning Hook




Wipe clean.

Sizing & Specifications

Net Weight: 1 lb


Manufactured In: India

Material - Country Of Origin: India

Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I no longer have to hide my screwdrivers I purchased a few 1895 Spinning Hooks for my newly acquired Victorian Home. I soon had guests jealously eying my hooks and reminding me, if I knew where to buy them once, I could buy them again. I took the hint and bought twenty more hooks. Covetous friends, neighbors, and relatives are gifted with one 1895 Spinning Hook and told to study the box to get an address to buy their own Hooks. January 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by perfect for a camp or beach house At our camp, we use to hang bathing suits or a wet towel or lifejacket on bracket that use to hold a birdcage. Old and rusty. the bracket came down during a remodeling project. Your Spinning Hook was the perfect replacement.Very appropriate with our rustic, camp decor! More practical as it holds more stuff and allows faster drying. Thank-you! July 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hooked on a Good Thing Sometimes the best designs resurface only to be repurposed. This spinning hook is a classic example of that and now graces the breadboard wall of my mud room with its timeless charm! March 9, 2014
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