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Pair of French Directoire Period Painted Oak Doors <p>A gorgeous pair of French Doors from the Directoire period, circa 1800s. The doors are made of oak painted in light gray tones. The bottom raised panel has a diamond shaped motif. The glass is missing on the top panels. The backsides are natural oak in dark brown tones. The doors feature their original iron hardware.</p>

Pair of French Directoire Period Painted Oak Doors

$3,500

reference: 8057
circa: Early 1800s
origin: France

height: 85"
width: 44"
depth: 3"

A gorgeous pair of French Doors from the Directoire period, circa 1800s. The doors are made of oak painted in light gray tones. The bottom raised panel has a diamond shaped motif. The glass is missing on the top panels. The backsides are natural oak in dark brown tones. The doors feature their original iron hardware.

Condition: Age appropriate wear on wood. Glass panels are missing.

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