Two very elegant, reclaimed, internal pine doors, fitted with Art Nouveau stained glass panels. The doors were used as single doors but they can be used as a pair. The doors have a traditional design and date to 1890 - 1900. Each door has two recessed panels at the base and have been fitted with beautiful Art Nouveau stained glass panels with a tulip and flower design, in a style typical of the era. The glass is in good condition and the colours are bright and clear. The doors are stripped on one side and the other side has a Danish oil applied, please note on this side a large patch has been sanded on one door. We are including a closing bead for each door, to be fitted by your carpenter, so the doors can sit nicely together when closed (please see pictures 3 & 4 to see how the doors would look with the closing bead attached).
The doors are in good reclaimed condition with some signs of age and they have had some repairs, as expected of reclaimed items. The doors have had lock and door furniture holes patch repaired. The doors have some further small holes and marks from door furniture removal. As the doors were originally individual doors you will need to cut some new slots for hinges and holes for door furniture to be added. There are some knocks and chips and there are some surface splits in the pine. The doors have had some filler applied to holes. There are some marks and staining to the pine. The door heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors have stunning stained glass panels and a very nice period appearance and they are lovely statement items for a home.
Width of pair 160cm approx including closing bead measurements
Width of each door (excluding closing bead measurements) 79.3cm & 79.4cm
Height 201.2cm - 201.8cm