A T-Hook teeter waiting to totter (Seesaw). Luckily the merchandise is light weight and difficult to unbalance. But weightier items might create a problem. It is nicely powdercoated Flatback Slatwall T-Hook in the final analysis. One I would be proud to manufacture, if only I could figure a way to stabilize it.
For T-Hooks in Retail by Title see….
“Braid-Bangle T-Hook is Balanced”
“Table-Stand T-hook Sell Fails”
“T-Hook Obeys Laws of Physics“
“T-Bar As Big As A Tow Bar“
“Base and T-Hook Width Match“
“Metal T-Hook for Metal Perf“
“T-Hook Stable Under Uneven Loads“
“Wide-Flanged Jewelry T-Hook for Bar“
“Curious Jewelry T-Hook“
“Short Lever-Arm T-Hook“
“T-Hook Rides Side Saddle“
“T-Hook Mounts Atop Display“
“Eccentric Top-Mount T-Hook“
“T-Hook on a Tilt“
For White Fixture resources see…
“White Fixtures Tag” for a scrollable list of discussions.
“White Fixtures Pinterest Board“ for a visual summary.
“White Fixtures Index Page” for all resources and links