This is an amazing antique carved heart of pine door, circa 1900, with its original fabulously detailed acid-etched figural glass and a delightful crackled finish. The glass portrays a woman, dressed in 18th Century fashion, standing in her walled garden and holding a flower. She is surrounded by a variety of intricately detailed flowers, including roses and hollyhocks, with the garden wall and trees in the background. The picture is surrounded by a volute design with a diamond-and-dot pattern. Clusters of flowers with leaves frame the picture at top and bottom. Above and below the glass panel, the door features intricately carved, stylized foliate detail. The carving above the glass is flanked by elegant spindles; the bottom of the door features a quartet of pinwheel-style sunburst panels, followed by three vertical panels. The door is in very good antique condition with a small chip out of one corner (pictured), and the glass is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks. The door is 32” wide, 79 ½” tall, and 1 3/8” thick; the glass is 22 ¼” wide and 23 ¼” tall.