This hook is quite old and, in our store, one of a kind. It is a hall-tree hook with the upper arm swinging upward approximately 3 1/2 inches. The lower arm projects from the surface 2 3/8 inches. The hook is mounted with four screws. The back plate that goes against the hall tree measures 2 inches vertically and 1 inch across.
This Victorian-era piece should be oiled with furniture oil in order to accentuate the iron to a luster.
Who says that a hook of this caliber has to be used on a hall tree? It’s an antique, unique, and has great potential.