DI0571 An Unusual Edwardian Internal Door with Different Faces
Dimensions:W: 90.8cm (35.7")H: 210.8cm (83")D: 4.5cm (1.8")
An unusual door made c. 1910, with 2 different faces to reflect different room styles either side of the door. It was constructed by making 2 slim doors and joining them to create a single door 4.5cm thick. One face is a 6 panel construction with bolection mouldings and is painted. The other side is oak with 9 panels in and an Arts & Crafts style. We think the oak side was to match a panelled room.