This pair of carved antique doors was recently found in Normandy, France. They were made during the 1800s in pine and feature rich yet restrained carvings in the French Gothic style. The panels include arcading and trefoils inside quarter round moldings. Along the bottom panels are carved linen folds, typical of Gothic furnishings. The backs of the doors remain simple, only showing the backs of the panels and old iron hardware. Light traces of the original finish (possibly gesso) can be seen in the carvings. Original iron door handles and a pull on the left door remain intact. Today, these doors would make a fantastic entry to a wine room, study, or game room. They would also be used as doors to a built-in.
CONDITION: Good antique condition commensurate with age and use, with traces of old finish, minor losses, and general wear as seen in photos. No locks