(A) And from the roaring forties comes a large and impressive, highly decorative wrought iron "wall tree." With its beautiful dark green (with gold highlights) patina, it measures 42 inches high, 39 1/2 wide and 9 deep at the top. The mirror itself (not what you see in this photo) has that "antiqued" look, but it can easily be replaced (by me) if you want a new mirror. What a fantastic "statement" at your front door! Too bad you'll have it all covered up with coats and grocery bags. Such is the fate of fine art... (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

(B) Here's a super-rare bird, a very large (not to mention "stunning," and pardon my use of the most bandied-about superlative on the Internet!) wrought iron "wall tree" as I unceremoniously call them (coat rack is another, more pedestrian term). Anyway, this KILLER wall tree measures no less than 45 1/2 inches wide (!!!) and 29 1/2 high. I've had a 1/4 inch, beveled mirror fabricated for it (not shown) so it will gleam like a diamond on your wall. I can't tell you how rare wall trees this large (and "stunning!") are!! So I won't. (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

(C) A pleasing enough configuration, no? A hint of Secessionist design? Originally it had more nickel plating than has survived, but the hand-hammering is what stands out (proudly) here! The oval mirror is brand new. 26 1/2 wide overall, 19 high, with a 7 3/4-inch projection from the wall. The mirror itself measures 15 1/2 by 9 1/2. (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

(D) And, if you're looking for something to catch the drips from your wet umbrellas, this aluminum beauty might be the ticket! It's great for the (amply-sized) bathroom, too, a place to hang robes, towels, washcloths, all manner of things! It fastens to the wall with two screws, via tabs at the top right and left. Once installed, it can take the weight of six elephants... It's 70 inches high and 29 wide, with a brand-new mirror installed! (e-mail Jack for a price)

 

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