19th Century Neoclassical Exterior Door with Transom & Jamb

2002-912348 (Click to Inquire About This Item)

113H x 46W x 5.5D

Location: Dallas


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19th Century Neoclassical Exterior Door with Transom & Jamb is a masterpiece of timeless architecture, poised to make your entryway unique and truly special!  Amazing detail can be seen in the carved embellishments and fine molding detail, with pilasters on the jamb flanking the door itself, topped with a rounded dentil crown.  The door panels feature raised blocks tucked into the corners surrounded by intricate molded detail, with another tier of rounded dentil appearing above the lowermost panel.  A latticework motif appears on the smallest panel just below the letter slot.  The original transom with glass panes survives, as does the original jamb should one need it!  Painted a nice, pleasant white on the interior, but of course the finish on either side can be of your choosing!
Circa 1890s
Measures overall 113H x 46W x 5.5D including transom and jamb;
Door alone measures 85.5H x 34.5W x 1.5D