A substantial antique carriage door, reclaimed from a home in Nashville, TN, and dating from the early 1900's. The door has a fabulously chippy, white painted finish, and features a rectangular grouping of six divided lights above a single beadboard panel accented with X- straps; the back of the door retains the original metal strap hinges. It would make a perfect focal point as a sliding barn door. The door is in very good condition including some chips, scratches, and wear consistent with its age, and is missing one glass pane (as pictured.) The door measures 48” wide, 95” tall, and 1-3/4” thick. This oversized door requires a custom shipping quote; please contact us if you're interested. Coordinating doors are also available with item numbers NED867-RW, NED868, and NED869-RW.
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