A pair of reclaimed pine cupboard doors, likely to date to the early 20th Century. The doors have a traditional and attractive design with the front face of each door having two recessed panels with decorative beading and flush panels on the back face. The doors have a rebated inner edge so they sit together nicely. The doors have a dark varnished finish but it has scratches, marks and scuffs and purchaser will need to sand and re-finish the doors to suit. The cupboard doors are antique and have some damage and signs of age, as expected. The pine has some knocks and chips. There is some damage to some of the door edges where hinges sat and some wood has broken away. One of the top corners has a large split that runs through where the hinge sat. The tops of the doors have softness that has cause flaking to the pine and some damage but it has now has some treatment applied. The doors have scratches, marks and paint residue. The doors have some leftover nails in them. The door heights may need levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors are ideal for an interior project and have a nice period appearance.
Width of pair 143.2cm approx
Width per door 70.8cm & 71cm (excluding rebated edge)
Height 126.6cm - 127.5cm
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