A pair of tall, reclaimed, Victorian painted pine doors, ideal for use as cupboard doors or larder / pantry doors. The doors are likely to date to the late Victorian period, C.1890-1900 and have a traditional period design. Each door has two recessed panels, with decorative beading surrounding them on the front face. The doors have small pull handles, although they have been painted and the paint is chipping and flaking. You may wish to strip the paint or replace the handles to suit. The back of the doors have a large stay bar and receiver but you may wish to remove this, depending on what the doors are to be used for.
The doors have been painted white but there are stains from storage, scratches, marks, flaking and chips and purchaser will need to sand and repaint the doors to suit. The doors are solid and useable with some signs of use, as expected of reclaimed antiques. There are some splits in the panels and some further surface cracks in the doors. There are some knocks and chips to the door edges and corners. The stay bar and hinges have surface rust. There is some slight separation to some of the joints. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are of a very good size and have a nice traditional appearance, ideal for a project in a period home.
Overall width of pair 106cm approx
Width per door 53cm
Door height 239.2cm approx
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