Exterior Door, 69"W x 118", Victorian Oak Double Door, Jamb, 1893 Eastlake

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This stunning double entryway and surround was carefully salvaged from an 1893 classic brick Victorian estate in Lexington, Virginia. It features beautiful Eastlake detail on the doors and trim, all original hardware and beveled glass windows. One of the doors is a fixed half door. The jamb is pine.

Salvage History: Our salvage team went to great lengths to ensure this entryway was salvaged in one complete piece. See the embedded video to watch them in action and to learn more about the history of the piece.
The doorway was salvaged from a late 1800's home built by Dr. Sheridan, who owned and operated the town Livery. The salvage job was featured in Season 7, Episode 10 of the DIY network show "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 485 lbs.
Overall: 69"W x 118"H x 12.75"D
Door: 36"W x 83"H x 2"D

Condition: Very good condition. As expected, surface scuffs and paint loss in areas. Glass is intact. Hardware is beautiful, complete and functional.

Watch this Item of the Week spotlight to learn more about the history of his beautiful door!

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