Antique oak archway doors
Antique oak archway doors : Antique oak archway doors which were originally installed under the arched entrance of a town mansion through which carriages passed into the inner courtyard. This pair of antique oak doors is over 100 years of age, either early 20th century or moire likely 19th century. These doors no longer have their hinges, locks and bolts, so if being re-installed they’ll be required.
Alternatively this pair of doors would make a great interior feature in commercial premises like a bar- restaurant, or in a private home.
Dimensions approx :
- Oak thickness : 5 cm (2 inches)
- Width : 251 cm (99 inches)
- Height at apex : 270 cm (106 inches)
On display at BCA’s premises at L’Hôtellerie-de-Flée in the Maine et Loire region.