Pair Of Brazilian Mahogany And Bronze Doors


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  • £15,000.00
  • €17,637 Euro
  • $19,582 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Pair Of Brazilian Mahogany And Bronze Doors

These doors are inset with bronze panels on the front and the back has four panels. Symbol meanings below: George and the Dragon- The most famous legend of Saint George is of him slaying a dragon. In the middle Ages the dragon was commonly used to represent the Devil. Aequitas (genitive aequitatis) is the Latin concept of justice, equality, conformity, symmetry or fairness. It is the origin of the English word “equity”. In ancient Rome, it could refer to either the legal concept of equity, or fairness between individuals. Stabliltas f (genitive stabilitatis); stability, steadiness, immovability. Greek Mythology. A winged monster of Thebes, having a woman’s head and a lion’s body. It propounded a riddle about the three ages of man, killing those who failed to solve it. Custodian a person who has responsibility for taking care of or protecting something. Synonym; curator, keeper, conservator, guardian. Incrementum n (genitive incrementi); growth, development, increase, increment. Janus- God of Beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, and ending, prospicientia ae, f prospicio, foresight, forethought, precaution: vigilia et prospicientia. Weight 250 kg.

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  • H: 249.5cm (98.23in)
  • W: 156.5cm (61.61in)
  • D: 5.5cm (2.17in)


19th Century

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