Salvaged Chippy Paint Carriage or Barn Door, Early 1900sSalvaged Chippy Paint Carriage or Barn Door, Early 1900sSalvaged Chippy Paint Carriage or Barn Door, Early 1900s

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 good condition including some chips, scratches, and wear consistent with its age, and is missing a piece of the X-straps and one strap hinge (as pictured.) The door measures 48-1/4” wide, 95-1/4” 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 NED866-RW, NED867, and NED869-RW.

Item ID: NED868-RW

Salvaged Chippy Paint Carriage or Barn Door, Early 1900s

$875 USD

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Julia Petrova
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