A graceful pair of solid wood doors dating from the 19th century and salvaged from a home in France. Each old door features a heavily trimmed large panel atop a pyramidal panel on the front side, and an informal plank construction with strap hinges on the opposite side. The doors have the various dings, scratches, and chips typical of an old door, are missing one strap hinge and one roundel, as well as larger damage at the bottom that could be easily trimmed (as pictured.) The doors collectively measure 40-3/4″ wide, 102-5/8″ tall and 2″ thick. These doors require a custom shipping quote; please contact us if you’re interested.