A reclaimed painted pine Edwardian front door with stained glass panels and frame. The door has a traditional Edwardian appearance with 3 raised slim panels and 6 panels with pretty stained glass. The door sits within a pine frame with 6 stained glass panels at the top. The door has a space for a letterbox plate. The door and frame are painted white but there are chips, flaking and marks and the door and frame will need stripping and re-painting by purchaser to suit. The door is a reclaimed antique and does have some signs of wear and some damage. The base of the frame has some softness and wear. There is no sill at the base of the frame and it is currently held in shape with a wooden baton attached across the frame. The baton will need to be removed before use. There are some holes and knocks and some slight damage to the pine. The door has holes and marks where door hardware was removed. We can patch repair larger holes for an extra charge, please contact us for details and a quote. Some of the glazing beads for the stained glass have broken or become loose. The glass has some scratches. The base of the door has some damage that could be patch repaired for an extra charge, please contact us for details. Some of the door joints have come apart slightly. The door height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a nice period appearance and once refurbished it will make a fantastic addition to the home.
Frame width 101cm approximately due to frame not having a sill
Frame height 284cm
Frame depth 9.5cm
Door width 88.5cm
Door height 210.5cm - 211.5cm