A pair of tall, reclaimed, painted pine shutters. The shutters comprise of 4 leaves, 2 on each side, that are hinged so one folds back behind the other when opened. The shutters have been made using smaller original Victorian shutter panels built into a taller pine frame more recently. The two outer shutter leaves each have three recessed panels with mouldings on the front face and the inner leaves are plain. The back of the shutters have a large metal stay bar and receiver for the bar to fit onto. The outer edges of the shutters are cut at an angle and therefore the shutters are slightly wider on the front face than the back. The inner edges have a rebate to allow the shutters to sit nicely together. The shutters have been painted pale yellow but there are scratches, marks and chips and purchaser may wish to sand and repaint the shutters to suit. The shutters are solid and useable with some signs of use, as expected of reclaimed items. There are some notches, knocks and chips, especially to the top and base of the shutters and some hinge slots where hinges were previously fitted. The shutter heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The shutters have a nice period appearance and are of a good size for many home projects.
Width of pair - front face 118.6cm approx (1186mm)
Width of pair - back face 116.4cm approx (1164mm)
Height of shutters 263.1cm - 263.3cm (2631mm - 2633mm)
Thickness of shutters 3.8cm
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