A reclaimed late Arts and Crafts oak front door dating to C.1938. The door is solid, heavy and well constructed using a mortised and tenoned oak frame with large oak planks laid on to the front. The external face has decorative cover strips and iron studs. The door has been varnished and it has a deep colour. The top of the door has a panel that is glazed with a clear glass bullseye. The door has a traditional style iron letter plate and a viewing hole, although this is difficult to see through and it may need to be replaced. Door hardware will need to be supplied by purchaser. The door is in good solid condition with some signs of use, as expected of reclaimed antiques. There are some holes and marks where hardware has been removed. There are some knocks, marks and chips to the wood, The varnish has some scratches, stains and marks and purchaser may wish to strip and re-finish the door. The door height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is a nice example of Arts and Crafts style and it would be a great period addition to a home.
Width 80.4cm (804mm)
Height 200.5cm - 200.7cm (2005mm - 2007mm)
Thickness 4.7cm (47mm)
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