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Key Hooks - Swan swimming

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Design: Swan

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Product Information

The English word swan, akin to the German Schwan, Dutch zwaan and Swedish svan, is derived from Indo-European root *swen(H) ('to sound, to sing'). Young swans are known as cygnets, from Old French cigne or cisne (diminutive suffix et 'little'), from the Latin word cygnus, a variant form of cycnus 'swan', itself from the Greek κύκνος kýknos, a word of the same meaning. An adult male is a cob, from Middle English cobbe (leader of a group); an adult female is a pen.

Part of a range of different key hook designs. Each comes with two holes for fixings to a wall. Screws not supplied.

All dimensions approximate. Illustrations for guidance on main design only. Actual hooks vary in length when bent by hand. Please also note that sometimes the design goes from left to right and vice versa - as we do all this in our studio and we like mixing it up!

148 x 117 x 0.9 mm

Material: Zinc-coated mild steel, powder coated

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