A handsome, reclaimed, oak plank stable door and frame. The door is heavy and well made and dates to C.1930-1940. The door comprises of two opening sections with the base having a planked construction and decorative cover strips on the front face. The top of the door has four glazed panels and the top panels have arched detailing. The door is glazed with clear toughened glass but one of the top panels has shattered since the first photograph was taken (see pictures 2 & 5 for details). The glass panel can be replaced, included in the price, for sale. The rest of the glass does have some moisture within it and although it should meet safety standards, purchaser may wish to replace all the glass. We can quote to glaze the four panels with a toughened glass to meet your requirements, if desired. Please contact us for a quote. Please let us know if you would prefer us to replace the broken panel only (free of charge) or if you would like all glass changed for a style you choose (for an extra charge).
The door has working keys for the locks. The oak has been hand stripped and it has a good colour and grain. The door is ready for painting or purchaser could sand the door further to even out the colour and then finish with a suitable varnish or similar. The door is a reclaimed item and does have some signs of wear and damage. The oak has some small knocks and chips and there are some cut marks and surface splits on the frame. The oak has some light stains and discolouration. The base of the frame has some light damage and unevenness from wood knots. The door has some holes and marks from hardware removal. Please see pictures for condition details.
The door has a very nice traditional appearance and it is well made and heavy, making it the perfect feature front door for a home.
Width of frame 86cm excluding side horns
Height of frame 213.3cm
Frame depth 9.4cm
Door width 73cm
Door height 198.8cm
Door depth 4.4cm
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