A very interesting antique rustic oak internal plank door. The door is believed to comprise of two parts, with the three paneled internal face that is believe to date to as early as the 18th Century and thick, antique, aged oak planks on the external face, attached to the earlier door, presumably to strengthen and thicken the door. The door is very heavy and solid and has an abundance of rustic charm. The oak planks have metal stud type nails that were used to attach them to the older side and there is a Gothic style metal handle. The internal face has a metal latch. Both sides have perhaps been stained or waxed previously and the oak has a rich colour, highlighting the attractive grain. The door is very well made and strong but does have some character signs of wear, consistent with age. The door has some surface splits, knocks and chips. There are some scuffs and uneven areas. The base edge of the door has some slight damage with a slither of wood broken off. There are some small holes and marks. The door height may need very slight leveling. The door is a fascinating and attractive item with a great deal of antique character. The door has an ideal appearance for a cottage or period property and is a rare find.
Height 189.8cm-190.2cm (1898mm-1902mm)
Width 75.6cm (756mm)
Depth 3.4cm (34mm)
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