A pair of fantastic reclaimed internal, glazed, painted pine French doors dating to the early Edwardian period. The doors have a very elegant appearance with each door having two recessed panels at the base and a large glazed panel with shaped top and bottom edges. The doors have been glazed with very pretty glass with a design traditional to the era. The glazed panels have glass of differing textures and leaded detailing with a central oval with decorative shapes around it. Please note one door has a single crack to the glass and the other door has several cracks. The glass is structurally fine but we can quote to repair the glass for an extra charge, please contact us for details. The doors have been used internally but could be converted to be used externally but the glass may require some protecting. Please contact us if you would like any any advice. The doors have been painted white. The doors are reclaimed and therefore have some slight signs of use and wear. One door has a chip out of the base. There are some small chips, knocks and scratches to the pine, especially to the edges and corners. There are some holes and marks where door hardware has been removed. The hinges have some surface rust and paint residue. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are very attractive and have a beautiful design, perfect for adding period character to a home.
Width of pair 106cm approx
Width per door 52.3m & 52.5cm (excluding rebated edge)