A remarkable antique exterior door salvaged from Detroit, MI, and dating from the early 1900's. Perfect for either a Tudor or a Spanish Revival home, this 36” plank door features an unusual stained glass panel with a speakeasy at its bottom. The stained glass features an asymmetrical, multicolored design, with the speak-easy in the middle. The speakeasy features a hammered surface and a small, round window with an understated design. The door has been painted red on its exterior and stained on its interior; it has the expected wear with one small crack in the bottom amber pane (as pictured.) This door measures approx. 36” wide, 79-1/2” tall, and 1-3/4” thick. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.
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