A substantial and handsome, reclaimed, oak external door and frame, likely to date to the early 20th Century. The door is very heavy and well made, consisting of oak planks attached to a frame construction on the internal face. The door has a Gothic appearance with arched detailing and oak cover strips. The door retains its traditional, Gothic style, door furniture with a pull handle, letter plate, iron studs and two bolts on the internal face. The door has a lock and handle, seen on the internal face but please note there is no key and the lock will need to be changed by purchaser. The oak has been varnished but the varnish is degrading and there is colour variation and wear and purchaser may wish to sand and refinish the door to suit. The door is set into a large frame with an oak section surrounding the door, with arched detailing, and a thicker pine outer. The door is in good solid condition with some signs of age and wear, as expected of reclaimed items. The door and frame have some knocks, chips and light damage. The frame has some knocks, surface splits and holes from fixings. The sill has some damage and erosion from weathering. The sill has some evidence of treated woodworm. There are some holes and marks from hardware removal. Door hardware has some tarnish and surface rust. Some small holes have had filler applied to them. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is of a good quality and has a very handsome Gothic appearance, perfect for adding character and charm to a home.
Width of frame 134cm approx outside edge to outside edge - excluding horns at top and bottom
Height of frame 232cm - 232.5cm approx
Frame depth 10.3cm pine (+ 2.8cm oak frame)
Door width 92.2cm approx
Door height 206cm approx
Door depth 4.7cm
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