A very substantial and handsome, reclaimed, solid oak external door and frame, likely to date to the 1920's. The door is very heavy and well made with a very attractive linenfold style design within a large panel. The door retains its traditional, Gothic style, door furniture which is a fantastic feature. The front face has two large decorative iron door straps, a large lions head door knocker, barley twist handle with decorative plate and iron studs. The door has a lock with key and there are two slide bolts on the back face. Please note the back of the door has an oak veneer, ply face attached to the door. The ply face could have cover strips added to it to give character or it could be painted, please contact us if you need any advice about this. The door is set into an oak frame with sill. The front face of the door has a varnished or stained finish but there is some fading, dark staining and discolouration and purchaser may wish to sand and re-finish the front of the door to suit. The door is in good solid condition with some signs of age and wear, as expected of reclaimed items. The oak has some scratches, knocks and marks. The frame has some holes and some splintering. The sill has some wear, an uneven base edge, discolouration and treated woodworm holes. The oak has some discolouration and dark staining. The ply back has scratches and marks. The door furniture has some light tarnish and surface rust. The frame has some fading and colour variation. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is of a good quality with fantastic door furniture and has a very handsome period appearance that would be perfect for adding character and charm to a home.
Width of frame 107cm approx (outside edge to outside edge)
Height of frame 218cm
Frame depth 9.5cm
Door width 91.2cm
Door height 202cm
Door depth 5cm
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