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World’s Best Rustic Wall Hook

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World’s Best Rustic Wall Hook

Michelle Slatalla October 19, 2012

Hello, Trook. Are you a tree branch or are you a hook? Both, you say:

Above: Ever since Trook designer Geoffrey Fisher sent us some photos a few months back, we’ve been waiting eagerly for his one-of-a-kind wall hooks to become widely available. Now on offer from Flora Grubb in three sizes (at prices that range from $14 to $22 apiece), each Trook is inspired by the first one Mr. Fisher made from a branch of a beloved lilac he had to take down.

Above: Three Trook sizes include 4-inch, 5-inch, and 6-inch high hooks; each comes with a handwritten tag from Mr. Fisher describing the tree variety and where it was found.

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