A reclaimed external Neo-Georgian oak door with 9 panels for glazing, dating to the 1930's. The door has an attractive appearance and is very heavy and well constructed. The door comprises of a recessed panel on each side, surrounded by decorative mouldings and above is a decorative "shelf". The top of the door has nine panels ready for glazing. We can glaze the door for an extra charge, please contact us to discuss your requirements and for a quote. The door has had a dark stain, wax or varnished finish and this has faded. The door will need to be sanded and re-finished by purchaser to suit. The door is in good, solid condition but does have some signs of age and some slight damage, as expected of antique items. There are some small holes and marks left from hardware removal and the remaining lock will need to be removed. We can patch repair larger hardware holes for an extra charge, please contact us for a quote. The shelf has some knocks and light damage. The base edge of the door has some unevenness. The oak has some discolouration, scratches and marks. One glazing bar has a crack, is loose and is currently held by tape. We can replace or possibly repair the glazing bar for an extra charge, please contact us for a quote. Please see pictures for condition details of the door. The door has a handsome and traditional appearance and is of a very nice quality. The door is a good example of design from the 1930's era and would be well suited to a period home.
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