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Antiques & Vintage: Coat Hooks

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Antiques & Vintage: Coat Hooks

February 12, 2010

Today's Bath: Michael Scheerer in Los Angeles got us thinking about vintage coat hooks, a characterful alternative to off-the-shelf offerings. N.B.: The hooks shown are one-of-a-kind vintage items; the salvage sources listed carry many vintage hooks, so similar items should be available.

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Above photo via Martha Stewart.

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Above: Large Vintage Belgian Aluminum Coat Hooks are 8.5 inches high and 5.75 inches wide; $25 each at Historic House Parts.

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Above: Pair of Large Vintage Belgian Enamel-Coated Steel Hooks; $100 at Historic House Parts.

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Above: Vintage 1920s Mini Porcelain Hooks measure 1.5 inches wide, 1 inch high, and project 1 inch from the wall; $5 each at Liz's Antique Hardware in Los Angeles.

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