A reclaimed, stripped, pitch pine four panel internal door, likely to date to C. 1890-1900. The door is very heavy and well made and has two recessed panels with at the base, with decorative mouldings around them. The top panels have been converted, ready for glazing. The glazing panels have new glazing bead added to them. We can glaze the door for an extra charge, please contact us to discuss your requirements and for a quote. The pine has a lovely grain and has been quarter sawn. The door is stripped but there are some stains, discolouration and small patches of paint residue. The door is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of its age. The door has some holes and marks from hardware removal and some holes have been patch repaired. The original hinge slots have been patch repaired. The door has some knocks, surface splits and chips and there are some scratches. There is a surface crack, on one side, that runs along the middle rail but the door is stable (picture 3). The door is not totally square and has a twist and is therefore only suited for interior use. Please contact us should you require any further information about this. The door height may need some levelling. Some wood knot cracks have had filler applied to them. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is ideal for a period home and has a lovely design.
Width 75.3cm (753mm) approx
Height 197.8cm - 198.3cm (1978mm - 1983mm)
Depth 4.7cm (47mm)
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