A pair of reclaimed, Arts and crafts, solid oak glazed doors for interior or exterior use. The doors, that date to C.1910, are very heavy and well made with mortise and tenon joints and the oak has been quarter sawn. The oak has a lovely grain and it has been waxed or stained. The doors have raised and fielded panels and are fitted with leaded glass that has an interesting and attractive design. Two panes of glass are missing but we can replace the missing glass for an extra £30. Please contact us if you would like this service. The doors have a rebated edge and fit nicely together. A modern lock has been fitted but the doors do not come with a key and a suitable lock will need to be added by purchaser if they are to be used externally. The doors are in good solid condition with some slight signs of use and wear, as expected of antique items. The doors have some small holes, knocks, chips and splintering, especially to the base edges. There are some holes and marks where hardware has been removed. We can patch repair holes for an extra charge, please contact us for details. There are some slight colour variations in the oak. The glass has some residue flecks of paint or similar but these can probably be removed by cleaning with a suitable cleaning product. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors have a very elegant and attractive appearance and are a lovely example of Arts and Crafts design, adding great character to a home.
Width of pair 103.2cm (approx)
Width per door 51cm & 51cm (excluding rebate)
Height per door 194.3cm approx
Depth per door 4.7cm