Two reclaimed four panel stripped pine internal doors, C.1930s. The doors have a traditional design with two larger recessed panels over two smaller panels. The pine has been stripped and it has a nice grain and colour. The doors were originally used as single doors but can be used as a pair. One door is slightly taller as its base rail is slightly higher so you may wish to level this. The doors are in reclaimed condition with some signs of age and use, as expected of antique items. The doors have some holes and marks from hardware removal. The doors have some gaps at the sides of the panels which you may wish to fill with wood filler. The doors have some slight signs of residue paint and the doors may not now be suited to painting. There are some knocks, marks and some thin surface splits to the wood. The pine has some discolouration and dark stains. There are some rougher areas to the pine. The hinges have some tarnish. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors have a very nice traditional appearance and add lovely period character to a home.
Width of pair 152cm
Width per door 76cm
Height 212.5cm & 213cm
Door thickness 4.1cm
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