A pair of reclaimed painted pine cupboard doors, likely to date to the late Victorian period, C.1900. The doors have a traditional period appearance with each door having one large recessed panel over a smaller recessed panel, all with beading around the outer edges. The doors have a rebated inner edge so they sit nicely together, one door has a pull handle and there are two bolts on the inside face. The doors have been painted well in cream on the outer edges and the panels have been painted with a pale blue. The paint is in fairly good condition with some small knocks and marks. Purchaser could touch up the paint or sand and re-paint to suit. The doors would be ideal for a bedroom or bathroom cupboard or perhaps a pantry. The cupboard doors are reclaimed and have some light signs of wear and age, as expected. The doors have some knocks and chips from use. One door has a larger knock to the inside face. The handle has some chips to the paintwork. Please see pictures for condition details. The pair of cupboard doors are versatile with a very nice period appearance that would add much character to a home.
Width of pair 95.1cm approx
Width per door 46.7cm & 46.9cm (excluding rebated edge)
Height 182.8cm approx
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