A set of unusual original, reclaimed, stripped pine curved window shutters, dating to the early Victorian period. Each shutter has two panels, with mouldings around them on the front face. Each shutter has rebated inner edges so they sit nicely together. Please note the set was originally a set of four and the right hand side of the right hand shutter has a rebate that is now no longer needed and you may wish to cut this away. The fourth shutter has extensive damage (shown in the last picture). The fourth shutter is included in the price for spares use, if you would like it, please let us know at time of purchase. The shutters are curved outwards slightly and we have taken a photograph of the back of the shutters with a straight edge across it to show the curve (picture 14).
The pine has been stripped but the shutters have some dampness and are not suitable for painting. The shutters have some signs of wear and some damage, commensurate with their considerable age. The top of one shutter is damaged and loose and the other shutters have corners cut. There are splits, cracks and knocks to all shutters. There have been some patch repairs to bottom corners and some filler applied to wood knot holes. The pine has some marks and staining. Please see pictures for condition details. The shutters are a nice example of early Victorian design and would be useful for a project.
Measurements are approximate due to the shutters age.
Width of three shutters together 141cm (excluding the rebate on the outside edge of the right hand shutter)
Face width per shutter 46cm (excluding rebated edges)
Height 180.5cm - 181cm
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