A very attractive, reclaimed, Arts and Crafts oak front door dating to the 1930's. The door has been stripped to bare wood and has a lovely colour and grain. The door is of a very good quality design, with mortise and tenon joints. The door has several flat panels, square on the lower half of the door and vertical panels at the top. The door has several wooden studs at the joints. There are slight arched sections with shaped detailing. The panel at the centre of the top half of the door requires glazing. We can glaze the door for an extra charge, please contact us for a quote and to discuss your requirements. The door is ready for finishing by purchaser, with perhaps a varnish or wax, suitable for exterior use. The door requires hardware, to be supplied by purchaser and there is a space for a letterbox. The door is very well made but is reclaimed and therefore has some signs of use and wear. There are some small knocks, chips and marks, especially to the edges. Some holes and marks exist where the door hardware has been removed. We can patch repair holes for an extra charge, please contact us for details and a quote. There is some slight colour variation and stains. The door height and width may need slight leveling. The base of the door has a replacement baton but this is unlikely to show once a drip bar is added (to be supplied by purchaser). A wooden stud is missing on the front face. The door is a good example of design from the Arts and Crafts period and would be ideal for a period house or country cottage. The door is very well made and would make a lovely statement piece.
Width 90.3cm-90.5cm (903mm-905mm)
Height 214.1cm - 214.4cm (2141mm-2144mm)
Depth 4.6cm (46mm)
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