Walnut Pocket Door with Mirrored Reverse, 58" x 103", circa 1915

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This 57 ½" W x 103 ½" walnut pocket door was salvaged from the 1890's Laverock Hill Estate in Glenside, Pennsylvania. The walnut pocket door features beautiful walnut on one side, and a 20-lite mirror in an off-white sash on the opposing side. The walnut side of the door has a medium stained finish with 4 raised panels and 2 flat.

Details: This door has original brass pulls and rollers. The door includes a pair of single rail, top-hung, double wheeled rollers. If viewing from the paneled side, the bottom right of the door is a wooden stop that protrudes 1 1/2" from the edge.

Condition: Solid construction, working top-hung rollers. The walnut has a lovely, natural finish on one side, painted sash on the opposite side. Minor surface scuffs and some wear as expected with age.

History: This door was salvaged from Laverock Hill Estate in Glenside, Pennsylvania. Prior to renovation, this Georgian mansion was formerly known as "Falcon Hill", or the "Sims Estate". This salvage job and other items salvaged from the estate are featured on Season 9, Episode 2 of the DIY Network show "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 205 lbs.
Overall Measurements: 57 ½" W x 103.5" H x 3" D
Door Measurements (without the rollers): 57 ½" W x 103 ¼" H x 2 ¾" D.

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