AARVEN

Ghanaian Ashanti Brass Hook 'Pagoda'

$40.00
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Style: Hook
Material: Brass

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Hand casted Ghanaian Ashanti brass hook. Using traditional lost wax casting techniques, these brass hooks are a stunning homage to ancient African culture. The eye-catching pagoda hook can be classical, elegant, artistic, bohemian, or even whimsical, depending on where you wish to use it.

Give character and style to your home with this versatile, sturdy hand casted hook. Use it to hang towels, dressing gowns, coats, scarves, dog leads, necklaces, keys, and more!

This listing is for one hook only.

Artisan George is in charge of the group who make our beautiful brass hooks, knobs, and knockers. He is based in the capital of the Ashanti Region, Kumasi.

George began working with us in 2018 when Bee met him on her first trip. She bought approximately 20 hooks, and our partnership exploded from there.

Read more about our Artisans here.


Materials: Recycled Brass. No screws or nails included.

Sizing: Height 18cm x Width 8cm 

Over time our recycled brass may start to tarnish slightly. You may prefer the brass when it becomes darker and more earthy, or you may prefer to restore your handle to its original, polished golden tone. 

The best way to polish your handle is to use a brass polish, we suggest Brasso (Always follow the instructions on the bottle). If you don't have any brass polish to hand, or prefer a more natural alternative, cover half a lemon in salt and rub over the brass until you see the tarnish start to lift, rinse well and polish dry with a soft cloth.

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