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Superwide Nouveau

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Superwide Nouveau

Fantastic wide nouveau style door - a superb door with beautiful nouveau style floral glass. Lovely array of coloured glass and wonderful variety of textured glass, in a superb design, giving colour but also plenty of light. The door base panels are raised and fielded and the centre rail fronted with a typical ledge and scroll design. All glass and lead work has been fully refurbed and recemented. The door has been dry stripped and sanded ready to refinish. All jointing and timberwork is sound. 910mm (35 3/4") wide, 2005mm (79") tall and 45mm (1 3/4") thick. A truly amazing feature door. (this item is now sold)

£495.00

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A few years ago we purchased 17 1930's 1 over 3 panel doors from you. They were douglas fir doors. We have some wardrobes in our bedroom that are built into the wall currently and we would like the doors replaced. we're thinking of having bifolding doors.

The sizes of the openings of both wardrobes are
w 1430mm x h 1980mm and
w 1620mm x h 1980mm

in each of these wardrobes we would like 4 doors made with just one panel each (looking similar to one of the 3 panels on our other doors) and they will be hinged together by our carpenter to bifold? Do you know what I mean? I'm not sure i'm very good at explaining. I would like them to look very similar to the internal doors that you supplied to us, with the same colourings etc... and 'vintage' feel to them.

Is that something you could do for us, and would you be able to give me a price for them?

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Donna Kelly

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