A reclaimed, rustic, antique pair of oak cupboard doors set in to a frame. The doors have an attractive period appearance, each with a raised and fielded panel with delicate carved detailing at the top. There is a slim panel in-between the doors with an arched top. The oak is of a deep colour and the doors have been cleaned and a light oil or stain applied. The doors are very old however and the oak has some discolouration and marks and they have a rustic and characterful appearance. The doors are fully opening and have decorative hinges on each side where they are attached to the frame. The cupboard doors could be used for their original purpose or they could possibly be converted by purchaser to make a decorative panel if hardware was removed and any holes left were patch repaired. The doors are in solid condition with some signs of their considerable age and some light damage. The oak has some discolouration, scratches and marks. The door panels have some visible joins. There are splits to the top corners of the frame but the frame is solid and stable. The top of the cupboard frame has some staining and water marks. The hinges have some surface rust and tarnish. The cupboard doors and frame have some cut marks and small holes. Please see pictures for condition details. The cupboard doors have a fantastic look and are an interesting and attractive antique item. The cupboard doors will be ideal for adding character and antique charm to a home or business.
Width 156.7cm - 157cm
Depth at top of frame 2.8cm
Depth of frame sides 4.5cm
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