An attractive, reclaimed, stripped pine door, suitable for internal use. The door, likely to date to C.1890-1900, is thick and chunky and well made and has a traditional period appearance with four recessed panels, two larger over two smaller, with beading surrounding them. The door has been stripped to bare wood and it has a pale colour.
The door is reclaimed and has some signs of use and age, as expected of antique items. The door has some marks, holes and some damage from the removal of door furniture. One hole has been patch repaired. The door has some filler applied to small holes. There are some knocks, splinters and chips, especially to the edges and corners of the door. The door has some knocks to the beading around the panels and the door has some surface splits and cracks. There is some staining and discolouration to the pine. The door height may need levelling. Please see pictures for condition details. The door has a nice look and it would be good item for adding period character to a home.
Width 80.7cm (807mm)
Height 199.2cm - 200cm (1992mm - 2000mm)
Thickness 4.6cm (46mm)