Arrowhead Magazine Rack

John & Ian Gallis

Black leather and walnut, arrowhead magazine rack.


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About this piece

Book matched feathered walnut–naturally occurring feather-like striations in the grain of this richly hued walnut, gives the arrowhead shape of this magazine rack great texture, depth, and warmth. Solid, sturdy, yet elegantly designed, they are made with several options: Supple black saddle leather, buttery taupe leather, and black with red leather fringe, that provides a pop of color and movement that enhances the natural grain of the wood.
John Gallis of Norseman Designs West has dedicated his career to completing projects with utmost attention to detail and finish. He has hand-carved the edge of each arrowhead so they are subtly beveled and rippled to mimic an ancient stone arrowhead. The wood has been oiled to a warm sheen that will stand the test of time and use. His timeless designs are an adaptable addition to any interior, whether it be western, rustic, or contemporary.



11’’ D X 17’’ W X 15’’ H


10 lbs


Black Leather, Walnut Brown

Made of

Walnut, Leather

Care instructions

Gently wipe with a clean cloth.

Shipping & Delivery

Standard UPS



John & Ian Gallis


A native of Long Island, John established a lucrative career building custom cabinetry for Bloomingdale’s before moving west to Cody, Wyoming. He worked for a local furniture maker in town before opening Norseman Designs West, where he created his own line of awardwinning high-end western furniture. John combines the simple honesty of Shaker style with the flowing curves of Art Nouveau. Wood is his favorite medium; it is warm and forgiving, and he enjoys incorporating different textures into his pieces. He finds that each species of wood has its own unique scent and characteristics. He particularly likes working with walnut and juniper, as they blend well and complement each other. John searches out exotic examples of these woods, focusing on their figure and grain to enhance the overall look of the piece itself. He says he tries not to overwork the wood to be something it’s not. John gains inspiration from nature and by studying the work of the masters, from Shaker to Stickley, from Art Nouveau to Cody’s own Thomas Molesworth. John’s son, Ian, has been working with him for the past fifteen years and plans to continue the Gallis legacy into the next generation. Whether crafted by the father or son, each Norseman Designs West piece is highly refined, elegantly composed, and decidedly original.