This is a magnificent pair of antique doors with wonderful leaded glass, dating to the 1890’s. Made of pine, these doors feature a beautiful beveled panel design. Below the glass, each door has a horizontal panel, within which is a row of four smaller square panels with a center roundel. The horizontal panel is followed by two pairs of square panels, accented with squared sunbursts. The glass features a stylized flower, made of Florentine glass with a smooth, beveled diamond-shaped center. The flower is joined by a vertical ripple-glass band to a smooth, round beveled roundel at top and bottom. The ripple glass bands each extend past the roundels to meet a beautiful, stylized fleur-de-lis formed of granite glass, accented in the center with a beveled square. The granite glass background is framed by a beautiful ribbed glass border, with the ribs running diagonally across the design. The doors are in very good antique condition, with a hairline and a chip out of one panel (pictured)that does not detract from the beauty of the piece. The glass is in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks. These doors are each 83” tall, 22” wide, and 1 7/8” thick; the glass measures 43” tall and 13” wide.