• Porcelain wall hook, Eve van dyck, Zangra
  • Porcelain wall hook, Eve van dyck, Zangra

Porcelain wall hook

White porcelain wall hook by Eve Van Dyck for Zangra.

Belgian architect Eve van Dyck founded Zangra when she had difficulty sourcing historically inspired, reasonably priced fixtures for a project; she contacted a maker of porcelain lighting sockets, ordered a hundred to sell online, and her business was born.

The porcelain range has since extended to include functional requirements for the bathroom and home.

Available with 1 or 2 hooks.

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White porcelain wall hook by Eve Van Dyck for Zangra.

Belgian architect Eve van Dyck founded Zangra when she had difficulty sourcing historically inspired, reasonably priced fixtures for a project; she contacted a maker of porcelain lighting sockets, ordered a hundred to sell online, and her business was born.

The porcelain range has since extended to include functional requirements for the bathroom and home.

Available with 1 or 2 hooks.

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1 hook 6cmw
2 hook 12cmw
4 hook 24cmw

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Porcelain.

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Zangra is based in Belgium and produces home accessories, porcelain lighting, tableware, enamelware, porcelain knobs and handles, porcelain light switches among many other items.

Zangra is based in Belgium and produces home accessories, porcelain lighting, tableware, enamelware, porcelain knobs and handles, porcelain light switches among many other items.

Zangra was founded by architect Eve Van Dyck and designer Thierry Donnay in 2008. The pair were inspired by vintage porcelain switches, sockets and lamp holders they discovered while renovating a 19th-century hotel. Their quest to source items similar was unsuccessful and so the duo decided to create their own, leading to the birth of Zangra.

Zangra now produces bathroom accessories, porcelain hardware, home items and decorative objects all of which are manufactured locally and distributed using sustainable materials.

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