An unusual pair of antique salvaged doors in oak, originally found on a home in Philadelphia, PA, and dating from the early 1900s. The left side door features a wire glass pane with four recessed panels with pyramidal centers below; the right side door features three square panels above three complementary horizontal panels. The door is ornamented with petite pyramid studs and strap hinged with trefoil and stylized foliate detail. The doors are in very good condition with the expected wear including scratches, chips, scuffs, and holes and some missing pyramid studs; they have a beautifully aged and worn stained finish. The doors collectively measure 58-1/2” wide, 92” tall, and 2" thick. These doors require a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.
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