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Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury

Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury

Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury
20th Century Gothic style carved oak door. The front features 3 Panels carved in the Gothic/Tudor style. The opposing side was originally a plain 3 panel design identical to that of another door that. I can only assume this was done in order for it to qualify as a firedoor. Sea-glass like tiles are inlaid to the opening side which emit light and create interesting colors. 2 of these panels have been replaced (poorly) with plastic “lookalike’s” The door is in clear need of some cosmetic work, but is priced accordingly and with a little bit of work and the proper environment. Height: 80″ (6ft 8″). You are in the tristate area this is the quickest and most affordable option. Of course, we are happy to work with a shipper of your choice as well. The door is in clear need of some cosmetic work, but structurally the door is heavy solid and strong. This door is unique in design and has much potential. The rear side the door is metal, a thin piece of sheet metal was placed over the wood at some point to meet code as a “fire door” I’m willing to bet that with some stripping and refinishing it would be easy to bring its original surface under the sheet metal back to life. 2 of the glass panels have been replaced with plastic pieces and need to be repaired. There is some scratches and dents to finish, notably at the bottom. Our LISTING descriptions for Lots are expressions of our opinion only. All measurements listed in the description are approximate. Period Salvage & Design retains all rights to photographs and other intellectual property contained in this listing. Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion and/or independent consultants and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports. If the high definition photos present show certain details that are not present in the written condition description the photographs then become part of the detailed condition description report. The description of clocks and lighting devices, whether in the catalogue or a condition report, as such descriptions may be incomplete and not identify every mechanical replacement, repair, or defect. The absence of reference to the condition of a clock or lighting device does not imply it to be in working condition or without defects, repairs, restorations, or replacement parts. In most cases, unless a specialty bulb is used, light fixtures will not be sent with their lightbulbs. All associated charges with such public storage will be charged to you and must be paid prior to our release of a Lot to you. The item “Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury” is in sale since Sunday, March 29, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Doors”. The seller is “period-salvage-antiques” and is located in Stockton, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Color: Brown
  • Decade: 1950s
  • Material: Glass
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Features: Reclaimed

Gothic Style Carved Oak Panel Door With Sea-Glass Border Midcentury