Amish Heritage Mission Coat Hanger Tree Rack - SKU#6070
Mission Coat Trees feature an elegant yet robust appeal that have endeared them to successive generations throughout time. The origins of the Mission Coat Tree can be traced back to the European "Arts & Crafts" movement of the late 1880's, which strove to create an unpretentious alternative to the ornate Victorian era furniture. The style was popularized in America in the early years of the twentieth century by the craftsman, Gustav Stickley, who particularly specified the use of 'quarter sawn' wood, primarily due to its improved resistance to checking, warping & splitting, but also due to its much sought after 'fleck' and 'stripe' grain pattern.
This Heritage Mission Coat Tree is a modern rendering evolved from an original Mission design. By using 100% premium American oak or cherry hardwood components, combined with modern glues and finishes, it actually surpasses the beauty and durability of the original Mission piece that it is modeled upon.
Characterized by straight lines, right angles, rectangular shapes, and ornamentation derived from the construction itself, this coat rack was designed for a simple elegance with stability and durability.
Timeless Mission Styling Elements Make This Heirloom Quality Chair A Popular & Enduring Choice For Any Generation!
The Mission Chairs of yore were built to last by caring men who thoroughly understood their tools, materials and craft. Today, our dedicated Mennonite & Amish furniture makers undergo a long apprenticeship to develop keen eyes and skilled hands, and these expert craftsmen enjoy building Your legacy quality seating with the same unhurried care - providing you with exceptional furniture and outstanding value.
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