Pair of Carved Teak Doors from  Ship's ChartroomPair of Carved Teak Doors from  Ship's ChartroomPair of Carved Teak Doors from  Ship's ChartroomPair of Carved Teak Doors from  Ship's ChartroomPair of Carved Teak Doors from  Ship's Chartroom

An Unusual and very Decorative pair of Ship's Chartroom Cupboard or Cabinet Doors with inset mirrors, fielded center panels and wonderfully carved lower panels.

The carved panels variously depict a Globe, Rolled Maps & Books, Compasses, Inkwell, a Bust and Quill Pens surrounded by Foliage. At the four corners of the perimeter cornicing are Rosettes.

The doors are made of Teak and came from a 19th century sailing ship or early ocean liner. They could be built in or used in a modern day context in a home or for a library or an office.

The pair measure 60 inches high x 44" wide overall . From England circa 1880-1920. In Excellent condition.

Item ID: 1059


Exact provenance is not known

Pair of Carved Teak Doors from Ship's Chartroom

$1,350 USD

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