A rustic, original, reclaimed late Victorian cottage front door. The door comprises of an oak plank external face that has been attached to a painted pine back. The combination of oak and pine was often used in this era and the door is solid and well made, with the pine back having mortise and tenon joints. The door has a rustic cottage style and has retained its original iron door furniture. We have cleaned the door furniture and sprayed it black but it might require some attention in the future as surface rust can return. The oak face has a wood stain finish and the pine has been painted in a very pale pink / white. The paint is chipped, flaking and has areas without paint where hardware was remove and purchaser may wish to sand and refinish this face to suit. The door is in good antique condition with some signs of age, as expected. The door has some small surface splits, mainly to the oak side, that do not affect the structural integrity of the door. There are some holes and marks where door hardware has been removed. We can patch repair larger hardware holes for an extra charge, please contact us for a quote. The door has some small knocks and marks. The hinges have some surface rust. The door has slight twist on the hinge edge that can probably be rectified with a 3rd hinge. Please talk to us if you require any information regarding this. The width may need very slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a lovely, traditional, cottage appearance and would be ideal for a period country home.
Width 80.5cm - 80.6 (805mm - 806mm)
Height 202.5cm (2025mm)
Depth 4.7cm (47mm)
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