An elegant, reclaimed, slim internal pine door, likely to date to the early 20th Century. The door has two recessed panels at the base and the top of the door has a large panel which, at some point, has been fitted with very pretty stained glass. The glass features a lovely flower in orange, yellow and green and is surrounded by clear glass panels. The door has had new glazing beads added. The pine appears to have been waxed, although not recently. The door is slim and is ideal for a pantry, larder or internal space.
The door is a reclaimed antique and has some signs of wear and some damage, as expected. The door has had patch repairs to hinge slots on both sides of the door. The door has had some wood filler applied to holes left from hardware removal. There is still a handle screw in the door which could be removed and some filler applied to the hole. There are some surface cracks and splits in the wood. There is a large crack along the centre of one side of the door, below the stained glass panel. One side rail has some splitting and cracks, near the base, and the base rail has some further splits, although the door is fairly solid. There is some damage to the door, near the new glazing bead, where some pine has broken away. There are some knocks and chips. The glazing lead has some cracks in places and some areas with small amounts missing. One top corner pane of glass is slightly loose but most of the glass is fairly stable overall. The pine has some discolouration and marks in places. The door height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details.
The door is a very pretty item and will make a lovely feature in a home.
Width 68.7cm (687mm)
Height 195cm - 195.4cm (1950mm - 1954mm)
Thickness 2.8cm (28mm)
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