A reclaimed 1930's oak front door with small stained glass panel. The door features plain border mouldings and two vertical mouldings attached to the main body of the door. The door has very pretty, Gothic style decorative metal door straps and letterbox. There is a small rectangular panel at the top of the door with a pretty stained glass panel. The panel features a small flower in bright colours, surrounded by leaves, and rippled plain glass surrounds this. The panel has quality metal glazing bars and the front face of the door has a plain piece of glass covering the stained glass panel. The door is sold as seen as does require some restoration. The old lock will need replacing and there is currently a draft excluder strip attached to the internal face of the door. The door has been varnished at some point and this is fading. The door will need stripping and re-varnishing or painting with an exterior paint. The door has a very large top rail and there is potential to cut the height size down. Current and possible sizes are listed below. We can offer this service for an extra charge, please contact us for details and a quote. The door has some signs of wear and age. There is a crack at the top of the stained glass to a clear border piece. The door has some cracks and splits to the base edge and some chips and knocks, although the door is solid. Scratches and some discolouration can be seen. The door hardware has some surface rust and there is some of the coating missing. The door has a lovely appearance and once restored will make a fantastic front door for a period property.
Current height 206.5cm (could be cut to 183cm - 6ft)