Salvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900sSalvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900s

An incredible pair of antique doors, originally found in a home in York, PA, and dating from the early 1900s. Each arched door features a single recessed panel framed with a thick border of reverse dogtooth trim. The doors are in good condition with the expected wear including scratches, chips, scuffs, and holes; these have a beautifully aged and worn painted finish. The doors collectively measure 53” wide, 94-1/4” tall, and 2-5/8" thick. These doors require a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.

Item ID: NED687-RW

Salvaged Pair of 53"Arched Doors, Early 1900s

$1,475 USD

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