A repurposed railway spike makes a sturdy coat hook with plenty of room for hoodies, housecoats, and a parka.
A friend issued a challenge when he found a discarded railway spike in an unusual location: create a useful object, preferably something other than the ubiquitous rail spike knife. The head on this hefty spike makes a great coat hook knob. Punched and drilled with human power.
Lots of character from fire and rust over the years, very solid. About 3.5″ high with a 3″ protrusion from the wall.
Material: Reclaimed railway spike
Price for a similar work: $360