A reclaimed, painted pine, external door likely to date to C.1900. The door is of a traditional design with four recessed panels with decorative mouldings. The door is well made with mortise and tenon joints. The door is thick and suitable for use externally. The door could be used as a front door and we could remove the centre of the top two panels and glaze them instead, for an extra charge, if desired. We could also cut a space for letter box and hand strip the door. Please contact us to discuss your requirements and for a quote for the various options offered.
The door is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of wear and some damage, as expected. The door has some holes and marks left from hardware removal. We can patch repair the large circular lock hole for an extra charge, please contact us for details. The door has some knocks and chips and there are some surface cracks and splits. The lock edge has some damage and knocks. The hinges have surface rust and paint and will probably need replacing. The door width and height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a good period appearance and once refurbished it will make a very nice feature for a home.
Width 75cm - 75.4cm (750mm - 754mm)
Height 196.6cm - 196.8cm (1966mm - 1968mm)
Thickness 4.7cm (47mm)