A set of three, reclaimed, pine Victorian partition doors. The ex-church doors have a fantastic Gothic appearance with chamfered edge recessed panels on one face and flat panels on the other face. Two doors are of the same size and one door is larger. The doors are ideal for use as partition doors or perhaps made in to an interesting decor feature and are solid and very well made. The pine is stripped and has an attractive grain, however there are large areas of oil staining and the doors cannot, therefore, be painted. The doors can be left as they are or an oil finish could be applied but the staining will likely still be visible. The doors are reclaimed antique items and do have character signs of age and wear, adding to their rustic, Gothic charm. The doors have some knocks, scratches, marks and wear. One door has some damage to an outer edge and one has some damage to a bottom corner. The doors have some small woodworm holes. There are some marks, holes and indentations from hardware removal. One door is larger than the others. Door hardware will need to be supplied by purchaser to suit. Please see pictures for condition details. The partition doors have been very finely crafted, with lovely Gothic detailing. The doors are ideal for a period home, adding fantastic Victorian charm.
2 smaller doors:
67cm x 224cm x 2.5cm
69.5cm x 227cm x 2.5cm
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