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.