An elegant, reclaimed, pine front door with stained glass panels, C. 1900s. The door has a pretty period design with four raised and fielded panels, surrounded by decorative mouldings, at the base of the door. The inside face of the door has recessed panels. The door has three panels, two larger and one smaller panel with shaped detailing to the top, fitted with very pretty stained glass. The stained glass features red flowers with green leaves and blue decorative sections. The panels have green border glass. There are some cracks to the green border glass. We can quote to have the stained glass repaired, please contact us for details. The door has had clear glass fitted behind the stained glass but this glass has large cracks and it will need to be replaced. We can replace this glass for an extra cost, please contact us for details. The door has been painted a blue / purple colour on the front face and varnished on the inside face but there is flaking and chipping to the paint and you may wish to sand and repaint the door to suit.
The door is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of age and wear, as expected. The door has some knocks and chips and the drip bar has a hole or wood knot hole on one side. The top of the door has had a baton attached to it, the heights with and without the baton (if you choose to remove it) are listed below. The door has some holes and marks from hardware removal. The door has had some filler applied to the inside face of the door. There are some surface splits in the wood and there are some cracks to the filler applied around some of the door joints. The door width and heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a very nice period appearance and is of a very elegant design, making a very nice feature for a home.
Width 74.8cm - 75.1cm (748mm - 751mm)
Height including baton 198.2cm - 198.4cm (1982mm - 1984mm)
Height excluding baton 196.7cm - 197cm (1967mm - 1970mm)
Thickness 4.3cm (43mm)