Old large wooden hanging shelf. Square nail construction. I believe the shelf originally came out of a Women's Institute hall. There are nail holes in the top and on one side where the shelf was firmly attached to a wall. The bottom piece of wood is odd - it is almost like the shelf brackets were cut out to fit around this existing piece of wood on the wall (presumably which had coat hooks on it - no longer there just holes) and then they just cut it off the wall when they removed the shelf. You could do a few things, remove it completely, put another piece of wood to your liking there or keep this piece in and paint it to suit and add hooks if you would like. The outer rim of the top shelf has lots of little thumbtack holes. There is some paint spatters on the top. The shelf measures 62 1/2" long, 19" tall and 11 3/4" deep. Please pm me for additional pictures.