Byam Hooks were sold in the old Wally Byam Store. They were mounted to cabinets inside the trailer. The extended hook keeps household items from falling off the hook while in transit. They are sometimes known as "elephant hooks" because the graceful exaggerated upturned hook resembles the trunk of an elephant while the screw holes look like eyes.
Our Byam Hooks are just like the originals in shape and size with graceful lines and enormous practicality. Years ago, another company made reproductions that weren't as fine, but those have been gone for years. Our retool is a refreshing return to the original style.
- Projecting From Base: 1-1/8"
- Base Size: 1-1/8" x 1-1/4"
- Material: Chrome plate over cast zinc
- Recommended Fasteners: Two #4 screws (not included)
Here's the description from the old Wally Byam Stores catalog: "These uniquely designed hooks are commonly known in the trailer field as Byam Hooks simply because Wally had them all over his trailer inside and out. Install several in your bedroom so that you have a place to hang those clothes at night which you normally wouldn't put on a hanger. Utensils can be hung on them, stretch your clothes line -- there are literally dozens of uses for this sturdy aluminum Byam Hook. As simple as they are, they are difficult to find."
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commonly known in the trailer field as
Byam Hooks simply because Wally had
them all over his trailer inside and out....
As simple as they are, they are difficult