A T-Hook outfits a custom slatwall floorstand unit cross merchandising jewelry in a boutique clothing environment. The majority of the display employed standard all-wire single prong hooks with much success. That is, the presentation was elegant enough to suit the environment even though undistinguished galvanized metal display hooks were employed. This curious T-Hook was the only exception, requiring a flat back backplate to at least try to prevent the hook from “yawing” under uneven load. It seemed a bit out of place. The translucent plastic slatwall worked well front- as well as backlit with spot lighting producing a moody black-and-white art print effect.  (Though unusual, T-Hooks, like four leaf clovers, can be found if you look hard enough.)

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Wide-Flanged Jewelry T-Hook for Bar
Curious Jewelry T-Hook
Short Lever-Arm T-Hook
Grapple-Equipped T-Hook
T-Hook Rides Side Saddle
T-Hook Mounts Atop Display
Eccentric Top-Mount T-Hook
T-Hook on a Tilt

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Hooks: T-Shape Fixtures in Retail