A pair of reclaimed, Neo-Georgian, pine cupboard doors likely to date to C.1900. The doors have a traditional and pretty period appearance. Each door has two recessed panels and the front face of the doors have hand chamfered detailing around the panels. The doors have a rebated inner edge so they sit nicely together. The front face of the doors have been painted white and the back face has been stripped apart from a small area that is painted. The paint does have marks, scratches and chips and purchaser may wish to sand and refinish the doors to suit. The doors would be ideal for a kitchen or bedroom cupboard and are of a good size. The cupboard doors are reclaimed and have some signs of wear and age, as expected. There are some knocks, chips, wood knots and splintering, especially to the edges and corners. There are some deep scratches and marks to the pine. There are some holes and marks left from hardware removal. One panel has a crack and it appears to have some wood filler applied to it on the back face. The back face of the doors have some dark staining and small holes at the top. The heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The pair of cupboard doors are versatile with a lovely period appearance that would add character to a home.
Width of pair 90.9cm approx
Width per door 44.9cm & 44.8cm (excluding rebated edge)
Height of doors 190.4cm - 190.7cm
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