A set of three petite, reclaimed, painted pine cupboard doors, dating to C.1920. The doors were part of a larger group of cupboards and therefore the cupboard doors have numbers (4, 5 & 6) and would be ideal for use in a kitchen, for a pantry cupboard or bedroom. The doors have a traditional design, each with two recessed panels with decorative mouldings. Each door has a decorative metal pull handle and a lock with key. Please note: each door is of a slightly different size. The doors have been painted white but there are some marks and chips and purchaser may wish to sand and re-finish the doors to suit. The doors are in solid condition with some signs of wear and age, as expected. There are some knocks and splintering, especially to the edges and corners. The doors have some small dents and some marks and chips to the paintwork. The door hardware has some tarnish. Please see pictures for condition details. The set of cupboard doors are versatile and well made, with an appearance that would be ideally suited to a period home.
Cupboard number "4"
Width 61.1cm, Height 68.8cm, Thickness 2.7cm
Cupboard number "5"
Width 65.3cm, Height 69.3cm, Thickness 2.8cm
Cupboard number "6"
Width 60.5cm, Height 68.7cm, Thickness 2.5cm