A pair of very elegant, reclaimed, French "chateau" pine internal doors, C.1900. The doors are well made and have an attractive, traditionally French design with each door having three recessed panels, of differing sizes, with decorative mouldings around them. There is a monkey tail bolt at the top of one door, on the internal face. The doors have a closing bead so they sit nicely together when shut. The doors have been painted but there are losses to the paintwork and some flaking and you may wish to sand and re-paint the doors to suit.
The doors are in solid condition with some signs of use and some damage, as expected of reclaimed antiques. The base of one door has had a patch repair to the inner edge. The doors have some knocks and damage to the bottom corners. The doors have some knocks, splits, scratches and chips. There are some holes and marks from door furniture removal. The doors have had extra hinge slots cut into them and the current hinges do not cover the slots completely. Some hinges are missing. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors would be ideal for dividing a room and have an abundance of French character and would make a fantastic feature in a home.
Width of pair 129cm (1290mm)
Height of doors 247cm (2470mm)
Door thickness 3.5cm (35mm)