A set of four, reclaimed, Victorian painted pine cupboard doors. The doors are set up as two pairs and have a nice design, typical of the period, with each door having two recessed panels. The doors are well made with mortise and tenon joints and each panel has hand chamfered detailing. The doors would be ideal for a larder, pantry or wardrobe. Each pair has rebated edges so they sit together nicely. The doors each have a white painted face and the other sides have been painted in an array of different colours. The paint has chips, marks and flaking and purchaser will need to sand and re-paint the doors to suit. The doors are in solid condition with some signs of age and some damage, as expected of reclaimed antiques. There are some splits and damage to the cupboard doors, including some pine that has broken away. The doors have some knocks, chips and indentations from use. There is some damage and holes left from hardware removal. It appears the doors have had some filler applied to damage but it has been painted over. Some hinges are missing and some have surface rust. The doors heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The cupboard doors are of a nice design, ideal for a period home and are perfect for a home project.
Cupboard door measurements
Width of pair 81.7cm
Height 182cm approx
Width of pair 82cm approx
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