An elegant, reclaimed, oak external door and frame, likely to date to the early 20th Century. The door is heavy and well made and has an interesting design with an octagonal panel for glazing. We can glaze the panel for an extra charge, please contact us to discuss your requirements and for a quote. The external face of the door has decorative mouldings and the internal face has two recessed panels. The door is set into a simple oak frame. The door retains its original, decorative, small scrolling door straps and there is a decorative letterplate with small pull handle / knocker. The door does have a lock but please note there is no key and the lock will need replacing. The oak has had a stain or varnished finish but there is fading and scratches and purchaser may wish to sand and re-finish the door to suit.
The door is in solid condition with some signs of age and some light damage, as expected of reclaimed items. There are some small knocks and chips to the frame and door. The frame has some splinters and some small holes. The beading around the frame has some missing at the base, on the left hand side. The metal hardware has some tarnish and surface rust. There are some small holes and marks from hardware removal. The oak had fading to the finish. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is of a good quality and has a very nice period look, ideal for adding character to a home.
Width of frame 97.6cm approx
Height of frame 210.5cm
Frame depth 9.9cm (plus 1.5cm beading)
Door width 91.2cm approx
Door height 197.9cm approx
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