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Nakata Hanger

Wajima Urushi Jermyn Street Limited Edition

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£1,216.67 GBP (VAT Free)
£1,013.89 GBP EXCL VAT
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£1,216.67 GBP

Following the success of the Savile Row limited edition, we have created a new Wajima hanger. The hanger pays homage to the infamous street known for high-end menswear and footwear. The hanger, itself, is fashioned from a single block of wood and its shape is hand-planed to perfection.

But the additional artwork deserves special attention. Okagaki-san, a "Wajima" lacquer master, fashions paint powder from scratch, from which he subsequently decorates the whole hanger by hand. The Jermyn Street sign is hand-painted with brushwork.

Made to order only; production time of 9-12 weeks. We will do our best to honour any requests for custom details.

  • The Rolls Royce of Hangers

    Make no mistake about it. Nakata Hangers, a Japanese firm as old as the Taisho period, represents the pinnacle of Japanese woodworking. Even the faintest hairlines of wood grain are taken into consideration. The end result is craftsmanship that is simply astounding.

  • Contouring Like No Other

    Due to the individual manner by which each hanger is produced, the level of contouring imparted on the neck and shoulders of the hangers preserves even the most delicate of garments and encourages their breathability.

  • The Savile Row Choice

    Arterton now makes and supplies custom Nakata hangers to over half of Savile Row.

  • Fully Rotatable Hooks

    The polished steel hooks are 360 degrees rotatable, which allows the hanger to face any direction. The hardware is pneumatically attached to ensure that they do not break.

  • Japanese Craftsmanship Since 1946

    Nakata has been around for nearly a century, crafting high-end hangers using traditional Japanese tools. Today, they continue to bring merge traditional with modern techniques of production in order to produce the world's finest hangers.

About Nakata Hanger

Nakata is a champion of traditional Japanese values of artisanry and a personal admiration for the items that they craft.

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