Two reclaimed stripped pine internal pine doors with a similar design, dating to C.1890-1900. The doors are similar in appearance and could be used in the same room but please note, the doors have slightly different panel and rail sizes and are not identical. The doors have a traditional style, each with four recessed panels with decorative beading around them. The doors have been stripped to bare wood and they may have had a waxed finish at some point. Please note the doors are best left stripped. The doors are reclaimed and have some signs of use and age, as expected. The doors have some knocks, chips, marks, and scratches. The doors have some wood filler applied to holes, wood knots and around the panel edges. There are some patch repairs. One door has a split to one edge. The base of one door has some damage where pine has been cut away to accommodate a catch. We can patch repair the base of the door for an extra charge, please contact us for details and a quote. The doors have some holes and marks from hardware removal. The pine has some stains and marks and they are best suited to being left unpainted. There are some thin surface splits to the doors. One door has had a patch repair. The door heights may need slight levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The doors have a very nice appearance and are of a good quality, ideal for adding period character to a home.
Door A measurements
Height 202.2cm - 202.4cm
Door 2 measurements
Height 202.3cm - 202.5cm
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