A tall, reclaimed, stripped pine four panel internal door, likely to date to C. 1890-1900. The door is well made and has a traditional design with four recessed panels with beading around them. The door has been stripped but it has staining and marks and it will need further sanding and refinishing. The door is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of its age and some damage, as expected of antique items. The door has some holes and marks from hardware removal. The pine has some knocks, chips and splinters. There are some wood knots and some holes where the wood knot centre has fallen out. The door has some surface cracks. The panels have some cracks and there is some filler applied to large cracks. The base of the door has some cracks and wood knots on one face (picture 2). The pine has some marks and staining. There is some separation to some of the joins and some gaps have some old filler. The hinges have surface rust and have seized and will need to be replaced. The door width may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door is ideal for a period home and has a nice traditional design.
Width 66.2cm - 66.5cm (662mm - 665mm)
Height 201.3cm (2013mm)
Depth 4.2cm (42mm)
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