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Primary Image - Large Pair of Victorian Oak and Stained Glass Arched Doors

Large Pair of Victorian Oak and Stained Glass Arched Doors
Showing the external view of the pair of victorian oak arched doors
Showing the stained glass and hand carved oak detailing to the doors
Close up of the leaded coloured stained glass of the victorian oak arched doors
Side view of the pair of victorian arched oak doors
Internal view of the victorian arched oak doors
UKAA Buy and Sell Victorian Oak Arched Doors

Large Pair of Victorian Oak and Stained Glass Arched Doors

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

from £498

Ref: 7262

  • Large Pair of Victorian Oak and Stained Glass Arched Doors
  • These are a lovely pair of solid oak doors with coloured stained leaded glass and hand carved detailing
  • This is a very large pair of doors that would be suitable a front door, external or internal door
  • Circa 1880
  • The doors are in lovely condition and the glass is free of cracks.
  • Included in the sale is some oak moulding as shown in the pictures below.
  • The total height including frame is 111", 65 ½" Wide and 4 ¾" Deep
  • The doors measure 107" Tall and 60 ¾" Wide
  • Please note there is no door furniture fitted to these doors
  • There is a small amount of damage to the internal frame where one of the hinges locates as shown in the photographs below

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Our buyer is not office based - please note our sales staff cannot provided telephone valuations.

Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision without physically seeing the items.

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