A pair of reclaimed pine Edwardian cupboard doors dating to C.1900-1910. The doors are sturdy and have mortise and tenon joints. Each door has two recessed panels, that are ply replacements. One door has the external face painted and the other is partially stripped and purchaser will need to strip and re-paint the doors to suit. Purchaser will also need to supply hardware. The cupboard doors are in good reclaimed condition but have some signs of use and wear, as expected of antique items. The doors have replacement ply panels. There are some knocks and chips to the edges and corners and some wood knots have been filled. The doors have some marks and small holes where hardware has been removed. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are ideal for a cupboard or pantry and have lovely period charm.
Measurements are approximate due to age
Width of pair 84.5cm approx
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