Victorian Coat and Hat Rack c.1890s3D ModelNoAI
This coat and hat rack would have also had a central mirror. Made of oak, the piece dates to the late 1890s or early 1900s. Recovered from the woodshed at the Moseley Homestead, National Register of Historic Places site in Brandon, Florida, this piece is typical for the era and would likely have been used at the entryway or common area of the home during its early occupation history. The turned pegs on this furniture piece would have been used for hanging coats, umbrellas or canes. Digital documentation of the piece included high resolution photography and 3D scanning using a structured light instrument.