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Split-Base Coat Pole, Parchment

Genesee River

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Split-Base Coat Pole, Parchment

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Why We Love This

Hickory coatrack with tenoned split base; handcrafted in Pennsylvania by Old Order Amish.

With a passion for all things vintage, Genesee River Trading Co. founders Steve and Brenda Trainor have amassed a unique collection of quirky and unique items. Whether crawling through the rafters of a 150-year old western Pennsylvania barn or sloshing through the rain soaked-fields of some of America’s best antiques fairs, they do what it takes to find things they love.

Why We Love This

Hickory coatrack with tenoned split base; handcrafted in Pennsylvania by Old Order Amish.

With a passion for all things vintage, Genesee River Trading Co. founders Steve and Brenda Trainor have amassed a unique collection of quirky and unique items. Whether crawling through the rafters of a 150-year old western Pennsylvania barn or sloshing through the rain soaked-fields of some of America’s best antiques fairs, they do what it takes to find things they love.