A reclaimed oak front door with a glazed panel. The door dates to the 1930's and has a nice design with plank detailing. The door has a small panel at the top with four small panels fitted with clear textured glass. The oak has a varnish or stained finish but there are scratches, scuffs and discolouration and you may wish to sand and re-finish the door to suit. The door has a period iron knocker and letterbox plate with fleur - de -lys detail. The door has a lock but there is no key and therefore the lock will need replacing.
The door is in good solid condition with some signs of age and wear, as expected. The door has some chips and knocks to the edges and corners. The door has had a patch repair to a hardware hole and there are some further small holes and marks where door furniture has been removed. The door furniture has some tarnish. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a good traditional appearance and it would be a nice item for adding character to a home.
Width 80.3cm (803mm)
Height 202.5cm (2025mm)
Thickness 4.5cm (45mm)