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Carl Aubock

Large Hook - Brass Patina

$295
Sold Out / Available In Store
Carl Aubock

Large Hook - Brass Patina

CARF005055045

$295
Description
The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom.
Detail
Material
Patinated brass
Origin
Handmade in Austria
Dimensions
5.7 inches x 1.2 inches x 3.15 inches
Notes
  • Includes polished brass mounting screws
  • Imperfections such as small scratches and/or minor knicks on the surface of this item are evidence of the handmade production process and should not be considered defects.
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CARF005055045

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The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom. The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom. The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom. The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom. The fourth-generation Viennese workshop of Carl Auböck combines traditional craftsmanship with modern design. Designed in the 1950s by Carl Auböck II (1900–1957) and realized in brass with a deep patina, this streamlined swoop of a hook has timeless versatility: hang larger items on the angled top and smaller items from the upturned bottom.