Coat Rack wall mount, Hat Rack 22" available, Reclaimed wood, hand-hewn barnwood beam, One in stock

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Handmade

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Metal, Wood

These iron coat hooks looked just right on this antique reclaimed hand-hewn plank. We have altered it as little as possible to preserve the character that was cut into it a century ago. The plank is finished by hand with three coats of oil and acrylic. This piece is American Elm, 22" long and 2" thick. The longer rack in one of the pictures has been sold. These hooks are no longer available, this is the last rack like this we will be able to make.

The hand-hewn face of these planks was taken from a barn beam more than a century old that was recently disassembled so it's parts could live on. I found several pieces of the barn in an Amish reclaimed-lumberyard in SW Wisconsin. This plank was sliced off the edge of a handmade "sleeper joist". Before there was a sawmill in every town, beams were made by cutting down trees and using special axes to "hew" the sides of the logs. By hacking one stroke down and one stroke lengthwise the timberman squared up the sides of the logs, 4 inches at a time. This log was likely a "sleeper" joist. Several of these were laid about two feet from each other on top of larger beams. Then the flooring was laid on top of these squared up "sleepers" to make the hay mow floor of the barn.

To hang this coat plank we have bored two holes and are including two brass #2 phillips screws. After driving the screws you can plug the holes with two hand carved pegs supplied. I recommend leaving the plugs proud of the surface as you see in the last picture above.

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These iron coat hooks looked just right on this antique reclaimed hand-hewn plank. We have altered it as little as possible to preserve the character that was cut into it a century ago. The plank is finished by hand with three coats of oil and acrylic. This piece is American Elm, 22" long and 2" thick. The longer rack in one of the pictures has been sold. These hooks are no longer available, this is the last rack like this we will be able to make.

The hand-hewn face of these planks was taken from a barn beam more than a century old that was recently disassembled so it's parts could live on. I found several pieces of the barn in an Amish reclaimed-lumberyard in SW Wisconsin. This plank was sliced off the edge of a handmade "sleeper joist". Before there was a sawmill in every town, beams were made by cutting down trees and using special axes to "hew" the sides of the logs. By hacking one stroke down and one stroke lengthwise the timberman squared up the sides of the logs, 4 inches at a time. This log was likely a "sleeper" joist. Several of these were laid about two feet from each other on top of larger beams. Then the flooring was laid on top of these squared up "sleepers" to make the hay mow floor of the barn.

To hang this coat plank we have bored two holes and are including two brass #2 phillips screws. After driving the screws you can plug the holes with two hand carved pegs supplied. I recommend leaving the plugs proud of the surface as you see in the last picture above.

Ships free of charge via FedEx anywhere in the continental US.

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Chris Cox

Chris Cox

Viroqua, Wisconsin

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Console table tops come any length up to 7' long. These are cut right off the logs so the widths vary. Each piece will have a variation of an inch or more in depth. Happy to do Extra wide or Extra narrow, Use the Click the "Ask a Question" box above first for pricing and availability.
Yes but we should talk about it first. Stock is limited so convo your needs and I will investigate. I can make tables up to 8' 11"long but the shipping cost will be different so please include your zip code when emailing us. Click the "Ask a Question" box above to contact us.
Not really. I have a limited number of pieces on consignment at local galleries. I can't really do high volume production. I do work with designers at a trade discount, please convo.
Yes. As the tables get taller we increase the the structure under the table. We offer several different heavier leg options here:
https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/SpokenWoodDesign/tools/listings/631167182
Or, just convo your request and we can talk about it.
You bet. Message us through Etsy or call me at 608-606-2175, I am in the central time zone.
To simplify I have tried to include a standard charge of $76 for shipping and handling. Some items just don't conform to this simplification. Click the "Ask a Question" box above and I'll find out for you. I will need your zip or postal code and the size of the item you are inquiring about.
To be fair to my valued clients, I make these tables in the the order that they are purchased and can't accommodate rush orders. I sometimes have a few tables in stock and ready to ship. Message for availability.

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