This set is equipped with a bronze knob and locking hardware.
Condition: This door set is in good salvaged condition with weathering and wear consistent with age and use. All bronze hardware shows patina. Some surface rust, rust spotting, pitting and staining are present throughout, mainly in areas of exposed raw steel due to paint loss. The glass retainers are intact but are missing fasteners. New fasteners will need to be installed to retain the glass in a safe manner. The jamb of this unit does not include the sill or threshold. As a result, the jamb is not completely rigid and some work may be required align the doors and hardware properly.
Weight: 137 lbs.
Item Measurements: Overall - 44.6"L x 80.5”H x 1.3 W
Right Door (if viewing from interior side)- 22.3”W x 80”H x 1.25”D (add 2” in depth to each side for knobs)
Left Door- 22.25”W x 80”H x 1.25”D (2.7”D with hardware)
Jamb- 44.5”W x 80”H x 1.3”D (add 0.5" for hinges)
History: This door was salvaged from an 1890's estate, known as "Laverock Hill Estate" in Glenside, Pennsylvania. The mansion was remodeled in 1915 by architect Charles A. Platt. Prior to renovation, this Georgian mansion was formerly known as "Falcon Hill", or the "Sims Estate". Items from this salvage job are featured on Season 9, Episode 2 of the DIY Network show "Salvage Dawgs".