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Internal Pair French Doors Reclaimed Timber – Made to Measure – 9 Panel Style 

These doors are NOT available in stock – we make these to measure – to your bespoke sizes.  

We will make each French door, any size, up to 28″ wide x 78″ high (each door).  These can be made 34/35mm – 40mm thick. These doors are made from reclaimed timber – plugging marks will be visible.  These doors (in the pictures) have been sanded and waxed in Briwax P7 Med Brown. Each door has 9 x Panels of glass. The centre panels will be clear glass (laminated safety glass). The top, bottom and side panels can be a choice of: Clear, Double Fleur, Single Fleur, Empress or Star glass (laminated safety glass). The corners (8 x panels) can be clear, any of the above or a stained glass colour that suits your decor (as long as we have this in stock).

If you would like a colour that we do not stock and we need to order this in – this would be an additional charge (our cost price). The glass in the pic provided is: Clear centre panels and Empress in the top, bottom and sides. The corners have been left blank.  These doors, for the price stated, will have a sand only finish. We can wax for an additional cost.

These doors will be fully glazed as listed. * We can rebate if required – please contact us for details*

Please NOTE:  Our External Doors are made using Mortice and Tenoned joints. Our Internal Doors are made with Stub Tenon and doweled *Unless otherwise requested* If you would like M&T joints – this needs to be specified upon order (this is an additional cost). Our doors are hand crafted and designed to be a faithful re-production of a 100 year old door. Within the handcrafting process wood with splits, shakes, filler, black grain, glue marks, nail holes and plugging’s will all be included and will be visible in the reclaimed timber used. Our doors have an absolutely authentic aged appearance. If you do not want this type of hand crafted appearance then it may be better to choose a different type of door.

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