An elegant, reclaimed, internal pine door, fitted with stunning cranberry glass. The door, likely to date to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period, is well made with elegant gunstock stiles and has two recessed panels at the base with bolection moulding on one face and decorative moulding on the other face. The top of the door has two panels, fitted with beautiful cranberry glass that has pretty, clear, designs within it. The glass currently does not meet current safety standards but we will apply a safety film to one side of the glass to ensure it meets regulations, included in the price. Please contact us for further details about this. The pine has been painted white but there is some colour variation where a letter plate hole has been patch repaired and there are some small chips and knocks and you may wish to sand and re-paint the door to suit.
The door is a reclaimed antique and has some signs of wear and age, as expected. The door is suited to internal use only as it has a twist in it. Please contact us if you require further information about this. The door had a letter plate hole that has been patch repaired. There is paint across the patch and one side has some small holes around the patch. The glass is in good condition with some striations, lines and bubbles. The door has some knocks and chips. There is a larger hole and some smaller holes left from hardware removal. The hinges have some surface rust and paint residue. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is a very nice item with beautiful glass and it will make a fantastic feature in a home.
Width 80.8cm (808mm)
Height 201.3cm (2013mm)
Thickness 3.7cm (37mm)
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