An original, antique English door crafted of solid elm with large forged iron hinges. This early, hand hewn plank door came from a historic cottage in the Cotswolds in Southern England. The door is split in two parts and is known as a Dutch door or stable door and we were told it was used between the kitchen and larder. It is in original, unrestored condition and is a genuine and rare architectural find.
17th century W 30 H 39/32.5 in. See also: AR5889 for a door from the same house.