An alluring pair of, possibly, Cherry double doors with a stunning diamond motif created by the mullions. The mullions, the wood parts that separate the glass, protrude 1-1/2" on the interior side and there are raised panels at the bottom of the door. Circa 1870's these doors are 2-1/2" thick! There is one pane of glass missing. The pair comes with a rabbeted mortise lock & strike, thumb turn, and slide bolt in the Eastlake Crisscross pattern as shown in the photo. Some wood repair has been made to the doors as shown in the photos. Total price will include door price + crating + motor freight charge which varies by destination, please call us for these prices before purchasing. Delivery may be available to areas in NY, NJ, PA, OH, and Ontario. Please use the shipping estimator below to submit a request for a freight or delivery quote on this item.
Dimensions of the doors are: 56" wide by 69-3/8" high. 2-1/2" thick.
Very Good condition: showing no signs of heavy damage to structure or finish but may have small imperfections which are minor when considered against the overall age of the piece. There is one pane of glass missing.
Oversized items such as doors are not able to be shipped via USPS or regular UPS services. These items must be shipped via LTL Motor Freight. For that reason they must also be crated, so this item is subject to crating price + motor freight charge which varies by destination, please call us for these prices before purchasing. Delivery may be available to areas in NY, NJ, PA, OH, and Ontario. To receive a shipping quote on this item, use the "Estimate Shipping" box below to submit a request for a freight quote if this is an oversized item.
This is an antique item, sold "as is". Antique or vintage items can be returned to us, they are accepted for store credit only, minus a 20% restocking fee, within 30 days of purchase.