A set of 4 reclaimed, original, stripped pine Georgian shutters, C.1730. Each shutter has a flat recessed panel on one face and slightly raised panel on the other face. The shutters are not currently hinged but they have rebated edges so they fit nicely together and can sit with two shutters on each side of the window, with each side hinged together so one folds back behind the other when opened. We believe the shutters were cut down from larger shutters at some point. The pine has been stripped to bare wood. The shutters are solid but have some signs of wear and some damage, commensurate with their considerable age. The shutters have some knocks, gouges and indentations. The pine has some splits, cracks and areas of damage. One edge has two deep grooves cut out of it. The shutters have some staining and discolouration. The shutter heights may need slight levelling. One of the centre rebated edges is newly added as the original was missing. Please see pictures for condition details. The shutters are a lovely example of Georgian design and would add fantastic period character to a window or the shutters could be used for an interior project.
Width of four panels together 100cm approx
Width per side (2 shutters together) 49.5cm excluding centre rebated edge
Height of shutters 76.3cm - 76.6cm
Thickness of shutters 2.7cm