Rosewood Hat Rack with Mirror

c. 1900
$680 USD
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Dimensions
W: 18.5" D: 1.25" H: 12.0"
Materials
Rosewood
Glass
Purchase Quantity
Collection #
QQQ240C
Estimated Shipping
$50

Hung on the wall of a Qing-dynasty home in northern China, this remarkably crafted hat rack provided the kind of elevated display that status-enhancing hats demanded. Beneath the central, compact mirror is an intricately carved rosewood panel of fruit-bearing trailing vines. Graceful hat stands fold out from the frame, joined by four swivel hooks at the bottom for additional hanging. Evocative of a past era, the hat rack elevates a foyer or entryway, providing an elegant rest stop for scarves, bags, or jackets.

Additional Dimensions:
Depth with Hooks Extended: 6"

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