Antique Oak Door from Mercers Hall London


United Kingdom

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Antique Oak Door from Mercers Hall London

This impressive solid oak door comes complete with a brass handle, push plate, and kickplate.

With a deep and rich patina sustained from the many years of use at its time in the Mercers Hall, London, the antique door has 12 glazed panels with Georgian wire.

Please note, this listing is for one single door, the main image shows both sides)

A fabulous and robust entranceway with great provenance - we have other elements such as paneling, flooring, doors, and fire surrounds also reclaimed from the same historic property.

The Mercers’ Company was formally incorporated in 1394 by a Royal Charter granted by Richard II. It was set up as a trade guild for the interests of exporters of woolens and the importers of silks, velvets, fine linens and other luxury fabrics. The location of the Mercers' home (originally a monastery), on the thoroughfare of Cheapside, London, has remained the same since the 14th century.

209cm x 110cm x 4.5cm
Dimensions are approximate



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