1930’s Art Deco Glazed Oak Door

S/N:25283

+44 (0)1981 541155

+44 (0)778 6916288

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  • €484 Euro
  • $534 US Dollar

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1930’s Art Deco Glazed Oak Door

UK HERITAGE
An oak and leaded glass internal glazed door in the Art Deco style circa 1930s. No breaks to the glass, hinges and bolts are present but there is no handle. Door is Rebated. Weight 34 kg.

We always have in stock a range of architectural, fireplace and garden items. Please let us know if you are looking for anything in particular.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 200.5cm (78.94in)
  • W: 91.5cm (36.02in)
  • D: 4.4cm (1.73in)

Period: 

First quarter 20th Century

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UK HERITAGE

Grove Barn
Wormelow
Herefordshire
HR2 8EG
United Kingdom

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UK Heritage is run by Ben Couchman.  Ben studied building Surveying at University, before establishing the business in 2006.

Ben focuses on decorative and functional architectural pieces, picking only the best pieces from private sources, dealers and everywhere in between. Searching throughout the UK and into Europe, Ben handpicks each and every item, selecting interesting pieces from the hundreds that he views each week.

Our impressive site in rural Herefordshire currently holds over 2,500 items.  Arranged around a courtyard, our site includes an 18th Century barn as well as three large modern warehouses.  We have dedicated showrooms displaying much of our extensive collection of unique and ever-changing architectural pieces.

We supply interior designers, architects, retailers and private clients across the world. Previous customers have included Cambridge and Oxford Universities, Claridge's and Warner Brothers.

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