A pair of reclaimed stripped pine cupboard doors likely to date to the early 20th Century. The doors have a traditional period design with each door having two panels, recessed on one face with decorative mouldings and slightly raised on the other face. The inner edges of the doors have a rebate so they sit together nicely when closed. The doors would be ideal for a kitchen or bedroom cupboard and are of a good size. The doors have been stripped to bare wood.
The doors are reclaimed and have some signs of age and some damage, as expected. The doors have some knocks, chips and splintering, especially to the edges and corners. The top and bottom edges are slightly uneven in places. One door has some damage to the outer bottom corner, where there is a large knock with some pine missing. There are some wood knot holes and another has had wood filler applied. The catch has caused marks and damage and there is some damage to the rebated edge. The doors have some holes, marks and indentations from hardware removal. The pine has some marks and stains. The hinges have surface rust. The door heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The pair of doors are versatile and well made, with an appearance that would be ideally suited to a period home.
Width of pair 121.5cm
Width per door 59.8cm & 60.4cm (excluding rebated edges)
Height of doors 149.9cm - 150.1cm
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