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Elevate the look of your wall with these antique style brass hooks which can be used for several different purposes and also provide retro vibes to your modern space. Designed by traditional technique to maintain their properties in any kind of environment, these wall hooks are easy to install without any assistance.
Give your hats, coats, umbrellas and bags a permanent home with these handmade hooks crafted by skilled artisans of India.
A great hook to hold keys and hats is a valuable entrance to any home. Brass hooks are sturdy enough to hold heavy bags or clothes behind the door and take minimal space. Install these brass hooks in bathroom to keep your towels splash free.
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