A handsome reclaimed oak external door and frame. The door is heavy and well made and has a very nice appearance. The door has three recessed panels with thick beading in-between each. The top of the panels are shaped to create a Gothic style arch. The door has a small panel with clear glass and it has a decorative metal grill covering it. The door retains its Gothic style letterplate and pretty metal escutcheon. There is a doorbell but the wires have been cut and it will now not work. The lock will need replacing as there are no keys for it. The door has a simple oak frame that has horns on the top edge for fitting. The door has a varnished finish and the oak is of a nice colour.
The door is in good reclaimed condition with some signs of wear. The door has some marks, scratches and knocks. The door has some damage to one edge where wood has been knocked away (picture 6). There is some tarnish and surface rust to the hinges and iron door hardware. The door has some scratches and marks and the varnish has some wear. The frame has some cracks and splits. The base of the door, on the inside face, has some cracks and splits. The sides of the frame have some large nails in them. The door bell wires have been cut and it will now not work. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is a very handsome item, ideal for a Gothic or country home and has an abundance of charm and character.
Width 86.5cm (865mm)
Height 207.3cm (2073mm)
Depth 4.7cm (47mm)
Width 98.8cm (988mm)
Height 221.8cm (2218mm)
Depth 9.8cm (98mm)
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