A stunning antique two-piece tiger oak church facade, salvaged from a church in Boston, MA, and dating from the early 1900s. Each quarter-sawn oak piece mirrors the other and features a beautifully carved Gothic Revival motif with ogee and flamboyant arches in high relief. The facade is in very good condition with the expected wear including some scratches, a drilled hole, and chips (as pictured.) Each of the two panels measures 29-5/8" wide, 128" tall, and has a 5-3/8" projection. This two-piece set requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.