An elegant and pretty, reclaimed, antique pine front door with stained glass panels. The door is well made and dates to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period, C.1890-1905. The door has two raised and fielded panels at the base and above this, three panels with shaped top detail, fitted with very lovely stained glass with flower patterns, in colours that compliment each other. The stained glass has recently been restored and is in good condition. The door has been painted white but there are some marks, chips and flaking to the paint and you may wish to sand and re-paint the door to suit. The door has several locks, two that can open from the outside and three for locking on the inside. There is a key for the inside locks and there are 8 keys for each of the external locks. The external face of the door has a drip bar at the base.
The door is in good condition with some signs of use and age, as expected of reclaimed antiques. The door has some small knocks and chips from use. There has been lots of filler and paint applied to the door and the beading around the panels and the glass has lost some of its shape and detail because of this. The door has some holes and marks from hardware removal. The paint has some flaking, chipping and cracking. The hinges will have to be changed by purchaser as they were cut when the door was removed. The door width and height may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for details. The door has a very pretty and desirable design and it would make a fantastic addition to a period home.
Width 79.5cm - 79.9cm (795mm - 799mm)
Height 201.5cm - 202cm (2015mm - 2020mm)
Thickness 4.5cm (45mm)