These imported Egyptian doors are approximately 100 to 125 years old and come from various cities all over Egypt.
The doors are constructed out of Eastern European pine that is primarily out of Russia.
All hand construction with some pieces having carved wood detail.
Hand forged metal work inserts that were primarily cold connected with rivets and some vintage glass panels. Since the Iron is riveted instead of welded this typically indicates pre-1900.
They are equally fabulous with wrought iron inserts or with heavy carved panels.
Over a hundred years of sand and wind and sun has left them weathered and with lots of stories to tell.
These doors can be used as pantry doors, closet doors, wine cellar doors, or just propped against the dining room wall as a statement piece.
These doors are very rare and have come a long way. These doors definitely make a statement, with most of the hardware intact, great old wood, very heavy, with glass, wrought iron, locks, hinges and plenty of rust.
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