Antique Door With Fine Carved Frame
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|Dimensions||Dimensions: 45" W x 4" D x 63" H|
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Dimensions: 45″ W x 4″ D x 63″ H
This handcrafted door from the early 1900s displays intricate details and patterns. It is adorned with floral carvings on the outer frame that lends a vintage appeal. Epitome of quality, this antique door can help to create a visual highlight in your home. Using high-quality teak wood in its construction, and iron pins for added sturdiness, this door exhibits art in its purest, unadulterated form. The recessed wooden panel features a chain-latch lock reminiscent of the ancient times.
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This piece utilizes old architectural elements, re-claimed woods and is handcrafted by artisans using basic hand tools. Due to the nature of this creative process, you can expect to find variations in their finish and color. Imperfections like uneven planks, knots, warping, cracks, splits, holes, discoloration, dents, scratches, wood repairs, etc. are normal and considered enhancements to the nature of our collection.Please note that the color of the products shown may vary slightly from their actual color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.