This double hall tree hook probably came off one of those pieces of furniture one finds in the entry-way of the Victorian house that had the boot box, umbrella stand, and mirror. Often these double hooks came in sets of two or four.
This is a very old cast iron piece that has two long arms for the large hats and two smaller spur-like hooks for scarves or jackets. It is mounted with two heavy wood screws from the front. The two long arms span to 7 inches. The back piece measures 3 1/2 vertically and 2 1/4 inches horizontally. The screw holes are 2 3/4 inches apart.
There is a pattern in the iron and around the screw holes–is a flower.
We suggest that the cast iron be oiled to bring out its luster. We do not suggest painting, which would cover up the aged look.