Pittsburg is known for a lot of things (we're looking at you Primanti Bros), but above all else, it's known for being steel country. So it's no surprise that Michael Studebaker, a Pittsburgh native, is making his living off manipulating metal into every day objects. Working out of a basement studio, Studebaker bends metals like brass and silver to his will, turning out products using traditional methods that command respect.
The Hand-Forged Pocket Keyhook is an example of how old school metal working produces superior, made-to-last products. It's hand crafted from a single piece of high quality American brass, so it gets better looking with time. The hand-formed key ring holds keys so you can hem them from your pocket or belt loop. Studebaker stamps each product with his name and "Pittsburgh", reminding you where your heirloom-worthy piece was born.