A very old, rustic, reclaimed oak and elm plank barn door. The large and heavy door comprises of thick elm planks attached to an oak frame with ledge and brace construction. The door has two iron strap pin hinges but please note the pin section is not included. The door has a great deal of rustic character and has a very interesting appearance with wood knots and a lovely grain. The door is sold as seen and does have wear, damage and signs of its considerable age and therefore the door would now be ideal for making into a sliding internal door or for a feature wall or rustic panel. The door has evidence of treated woodworm. The door has knocks, chips and surface cracks and the base has splits, softness and some damage, including to the outside plank which has some of its base missing. The wood has some discolouration and dark staining. The iron door hardware has surface rust. There are some holes and marks left from hardware removal. One oak brace has a knock. There is a baton added to the base behind the damage. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a great deal of rustic character making it a fascinating and unusual interior item that would be sure to make a great showpiece in a rustic or country home.
Please note we have a similar door available for sale, please see our reference DI0788 for details.
Measurements are approximate due to age and wear.
Width 105.8cm - 106.8cm
Height 192.5cm - 193cm
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