A pair of reclaimed stripped pine internal doors likely to date to the early 20th century. The doors are well made and each door has four recessed panels. The doors have a rebated edge to allow the doors to sit nicely together. The doors are quite thin, at 30mm, and would perhaps be suitable for wardrobe doors. The doors have been stripped and are ready for finishing by purchaser with a wax, oil or paint finish. The door hardware will need to be supplied by purchaser and hinges need replacing. The doors are solid and in good condition but have some slight signs of wear due to age. There are some knocks chips and stains, especially to the base edge. There are some patch repairs with filler where hinges have been removed. Some small scratches and marks can be seen. Some slight surface cracks that do not affect the structural integrity of the door. The doors have a classic period look and would be ideal for a wardrobe or room divider.
Please note we have a similar pair of doors available for sale, please see our other listings for details.
Width of pair 152cm
Individual widths 75.3cm and 75.2cm (excluding rebate)
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