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Product description

feature:
Functional hooks for clothing or accessories have a classic retro rustic look.
Heavy-duty solid cast iron construction with a rough grit surface.
Hooks add a touch of brilliance to your home décor, and they're so enticing that your lockers look fascinating.
An ideal place to hang keys, coats, towels and other items.
It can be placed in the living room, bedroom, bathroom, or as a good gift for friends.

specification:
Material: cast iron

Size (approx.): 25.5 x 16.5 x 6.5 cm

Package Included:
1 x key hook

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God Complex: Different Philadelphia

The Arthur Ross Gallery presents this installation exhibit curated by ceramicist, social activist, poet, and educator Robert Lugo, courtesy of a grant from The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation. Lugo creates multicultural mash-up works that often speak to themes of inequality, poverty, and racial justice.

Ends December 19, 2021
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Ulysses Jenkins Exhibit

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Ends December 30, 2021
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