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Old school headphones are back in style, but most of the originals – even the great ones – have seen better days as listening devices. I found some beautiful Pioneer designs and repurposed them as catchall hooks. Use them near the front door to catch keys; in the kitchen or powder room for hand towels; in your dressing room for jewelry; or perhaps in your office as the perfect place to hang your 21st century headset. (These are not the type of hooks that would accommodate big heavy coats.)

The Headphone Hook measures approximately 10" long from the very top to the bottom of the hook and has a metal keyhole hanger attached to the back. These are in excellent vintage condition, with minimal wear marks.

They are sold individually at $40.00 each. Accessories not included.
The headphone will be shipped insured Priority Mail via USPS.
[Mix and match with ivory colored headphone hooks of a similar style; available as a separate listing.)

***I am happy to ship outside the U.S. Please convo for quote.***

Please note that I work with authentic, used, vintage pieces, not reproductions. Although I strive to use pieces that are true to their original condition, there may be minimal wear marks or factory imperfections, especially on pieces that were never meant to be seen, such as speaker parts.

Vintage Pioneer Headphone Hanger / Wall Hook - Black Leather and Metal

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: reclaimed hardware, reclaimed metal hooks, reclaimed leather and wood, vintage audio, vintage headphones
  • Only ships to United States from Colorado, United States.
  • Feedback: 25 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people