A reclaimed painted pine front door with glazing panels. The door is likely to date to the Edwardian period and has a design typical of the era, with a shelf and apron and there is a space for a letter box plate below. The base of the door has raised and fielded panels. The top of the door has twelve panels, glazed with laminate glass with a star design and frosted finish. Please note two panels have cracks and the bottom glass panels have let in some moisture. We can get this particular glass and can quote to replace any panels that need to be changed. We can also quote to glaze the door with different glass if preferred, please contact us to discuss your requirements and for a quote. The door is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of wear and age. The door has some knocks and chips, especially to the edges. The paint has bubbling, flaking and wear and the panels have been painted in a different colour. The door will need to be stripped and finished by purchaser to suit. The hinges have some residue paint and surface rust. The door height and width may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a nice period design, ideal for an Edwardian or period home and will make a lovely feature once re-finished.
Height 203cm - 203.4cm (2030mm - 2034mm)
Width 80.7cm - 81cm (807mm - 810mm)
Depth 4.5cm (45mm)
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