A reclaimed, oak stable door and frame for external use. The door is heavy, solid and very well made and has a traditional look with each door section having a panel with planked detailing and the back face of the door sections have a brace. The frame has nice carved detailing in each top corner. The front of the door and frame have been painted black and the back has a varnished or stained finish. The front face of the door has a black metal letter plate and there is a decorative door knocker with Fleur-de-Lys finial. The back of the door has two Gothic style metal bolts and there is a lock but there is no key. Each door is hinged on the left (when looking at the front face of the door) and each door section opens freely. The sill is in poor condition and has holes and wear and the sill will need replacing before use. We can replace the sill with a new oak sill for an extra charge, pleaser contact us for details and a quote. The door and frame are in otherwise solid condition with some signs of use, as expected of reclaimed items. The hinges, letter plate and bolts have some tarnish. The oak has some knocks and marks from use. The top of the frame has a baton added that could be removed by purchaser. There is some residue filler and stains around the frame edge. The paint has chips, marks and flaking and purchaser may wish to sand and re-paint the door and frame to suit. Please see pictures for condition details. The door and frame have a very handsome look, ideal for a country or Gothic style home and would make an ideal statement piece.
Frame width (outside edge to outside edge) 102cm (1020mm)
Frame depth 10cm (100mm)
Frame height 211cm approx including sill but excluding top baton (2110mm)
Door width 90cm (900mm)
Door height total 197.5cm (1975mm)
Door depth 4.5cm (45mm)
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