A pair of reclaimed crittall doors in frame, for internal use. The doors are likely to date to the early 20th Century and have a great industrial look. The doors have a solid section at the base and above this each door has 12 panels for glazing. Some of the glass has broken and is now missing and some panels are glazed with clear glass but the glass WILL NOT MEET CURRENT SAFETY STANDARDS and MUST be changed before use. The doors are set into a frame and the hinges are in full working order. The hinges are designed to allow the doors to open all the way back. There is a handle, but please note there is no key. On the inside edge of one door there is a slide bolt at the top but the bottom slide bolt is missing. The doors are in solid condition but they will need refurbishment before use. The paint has chipping and flaking and the doors will need stripping and re-finishing to suit. There are some patches of surface rust and tarnish. Some glass is missing, with some small jagged pieces remaining, which will need to be removed and care will be needed for this. The remaining glass will not meet safety standards and will need replacing. Please see pictures for condition details. Crittall doors are currently extremely popular and the doors have a great industrial look, retaining much of their period charm. The doors, once refurbished, will make a stunning feature in a home.
Total width 100cm one side of the doors, 97.4cm the other side of the doors
Thickness 3cm approx
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