Reclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900sReclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900s

A handsome pair of antique bronze doors, salvaged from a bank in Indianapolis, IN, and dating from the 1930s. These striking Art Deco doors feature a streamlined facade with three pierced panels featuring stylized pineapples, and grape berries and vine; the panels are backed with glass panes. There is the expected wear to the doors with scratches and wear consistent with their age, and some of the slender trim surrounding the windows is missing (as pictured.) These doors collectively measure 53-1/8” wide overall, 100-3/8” tall, and 2-1/2” thick. This door pair requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.

Item ID: NED518-RW

Reclaimed Pair of Antique Art Deco Bronze Doors, Early 1900s

$7,800 USD

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