A pair of reclaimed stripped pine cupboard doors dating to C.1900. The doors are very well made with mortise and tenon joints. Each door has two recessed panels, surrounded by mouldings on the front face and the inner edges have a rebated edge so they fit nicely together. The pine has been stripped but there are some stains and marks and the doors will need sanding and finishing to suit, with paint or perhaps wax or oil. Purchaser will also need to add door hardware. The cupboard doors are in good reclaimed condition but have some signs of use and wear, as expected of antique items. There are some marks and stains and the pine has some knocks and chips. There are a few small surface splits and cracks and there is a wood knot hole on one edge. The hinges will need replacing as some are broken and the metal hardware has some surface rust. Door heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are ideal for a cupboard or pantry and have lovely period charm.
Width of pair 84.7cm approx
Width per door 41.8cm & 41.8cm (plus rebate)
Height 165.6cm - 165.9cm
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