Wood Shirt Hanger
Hand carved mango wood with brass hook. These will accommodate lighter items like shirts & dresses. Hand-crafted from mango wood and brass in India. A personal favorite of Marie Kondo — Tidying Expert and Bestselling Author — Fog Linen Work’s products are frequently featured on Kondo’s personal blog and hit Netflix Show “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo.”
Shop-keepers note: these are a great alternative to traditional commercial hangers. Light-weight and slim profile. The tones and grain of the wood will vary due to the handmade process by which it’s made.
11 in stock
About the Merchant
Fog Linen Work | Tokyo, Japan | Est. 1993
Fog Linen Work combines pure, natural linen with the ease & elegance of Japanese design. The Tokyo-based firm was born of founder Yumiko Sekine’s search for the linen goods of her childhood — a quest ultimately leading to Lithuania, which has been growing flax and producing linen since the Middle Ages. Fog is well known for its range of linen housewares + clothing, i.e. napkins, aprons, and tablecloths, as well as its developing collection of wood, brass, and metalwares. Fog’s beautiful, unfussy products are designed for everyday use. On a self-proclaimed quest to revive the art of simplicity and crafting, Sekine’s straightforward designs make for objects as beautiful as they are practical.
|Dimensions||16 × 6 × 0.5 in|