Door in Jamb, 32"x 98", Solid Pine 4 Panel, Transom, Eastlake 1885 Salvage

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This beautiful, solid body door was salvaged from a circa 1885 Italianate style house in Ohio. The door, with a narrow profile of just under 30 inches wide, is ideal for a closet or pantry. It features a solid pine, 4-panel construction, rich stained finish and a wavy glass transom. The overall height of the jamb is 97 1/2". The door, measuring 29 3/4"(W) x 80"(H), has 4 raised panels. The exposed areas of the jamb, the transom, and door have a rich stained finish, highlighting the exquisite character of the pine. A row of 4 beads runs across the mull cover of the exterior side, while the opposing cover is plain. The door is equipped with a single brass Eastlake style latch with T-handle and painted brass Eastlake steeple hinges.

Condition: Very good. Minor surface scuffs, scratches and nicks consistent with the age of the piece. Glass is intact.

History: Salvaged from a circa 1885 Italianate style house in Barnesville, Ohio, this door, along with other items from the house, are featured on Season 10, Episode 5, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Jamb: 3"(D) x 31 3/4"(W) x 97 1/2"(H)
Door: 29 3/4"(W) x 80
Transom: 29 7/8"(W) x 10 3/4"(H)
Weight: 65 lbs.

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