A very pretty pair of Edwardian pitch pine doors with stained glass panels. The doors are suited for internal use and are solid and well made. The doors can be used as a pair or individually as they do not have a rebated edge. Each door has three plain solid panels and a large glazed panel, fitted with new stained glass. The glass panels have pretty motifs with red and green stained glass and are surrounded by plain and rippled glass. The lead glazing bars are new and add elegance to the panels. The pine has been stripped to bare wood and is ready for finishing by purchaser. The pine is of a good quality and has an interesting and attractive grain, especially on the solid panels. The doors will require hardware, to be supplied by purchaser to suit. As with all reclaimed items there are some slight signs of use and wear. There are some slight marks and stains from the cleaning of the wood. Some light scratches and knocks. There are some small holes where hardware has been removed. We are able to patch repair the holes for an extra charge if required. Please contact us to discuss and for a quote. The doors are very pretty and would be ideal for a dining room, kitchen or as a room divider. The doors are of a fine quality and are very desirable.
Width per door 75cm and 74.7cm
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