A pair of very pretty, reclaimed, early Edwardian internal / external French doors. The doors, dating to C.1910, are solid and well made using a hardwood, perhaps light mahogany, and have mortise and tenon joints. The doors have a very attractive design, each with 2 recessed panels at the base, one side with mouldings, and 5 decoratively shaped glazed panels. The doors are currently glazed with plain glass but the glass will not meet current safety standards. The glass will have to be removed and replaced with toughened glass or a specialist safety film, that meets requirements, could be added. We can provide this service, please contact us for more information and a quote. The doors have a rebated edge and sit nicely together. Door hardware will need to be supplied by purchaser. The doors have been painted white but some of the paint has been sanded off and purchaser will need to fully sand and re-paint the doors to suit. Please note the doors will need to be finished with an exterior paint if they are to be used externally. The doors are in good solid condition with some signs of age, as expected of reclaimed items. There are some knocks and chips, especially to the base edges, where there is a small amount of damage to one side. There is a slight scoop where the lock was fitted. There are some holes and marks from hardware removal. We can patch repair holes for an extra charge, please contact us for details. The door heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are well made, are a lovely example of early 20th century design, and would make a lovely design statement in the home.
Width of pair 121cm (1210mm) approximately
Depth 4.3cm (43mm)
Height 197.1cm - 197.4cm (1971mm - 1974mm)
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