Mission Oak Wall Coat, Hat Tree

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Mission Oak Wall Coat, Hat Tree

$104.95

A very nice reproduction of the once-popular Mission Style wall coat and hat tree widely used during the Arts and Crafts Period.

This is a beautiful reproduction wall tree from the original coat and hat racks used in the Arts and Crafts Mission period décor. Wall tree measures 9 1/2" x 9" x 18" tall.

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Mission style furniture had its own unique appeal with very squared corners and simple lines that transitioned into the Arts and Crafts interior designs from the doors, windows, trim, furnishings, and décor.

The clothing attire was very formal during the Arts and Crafts Period as well with ladies coats, and men’s suit jackets, overcoats, and hats. All these clothing accessories needed a place to land when people were at home, visiting or enjoying an evening meal out.

Hat and coat racks were very common in homes offices and commercial buildings. White quarter sawed oak was readily available and used widely in the Mission Style decors.

We offer the reproduction wall tree in standard red oak with a medium stain and the most traditional quarter sawn oak in Michael's dark reddish stain often used on Mission Style furniture.

Since standard red oak is less costly the price begins with it and then incrementally adds to it when the quarter-sawed oak option is selected in the drop-down box.

USA Amish made using premium hardwoods and durable hardware.

Please expect 2-3 weeks for shipping.

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