Pair of bifold doors, half glazed with decorated panes in green and purple. This is decraled - stained glass film and lead tape - but very effective. Not sure of the wood, possibly pine?
We have used these as an internal hallway/ room divider but they would work equally well to divide a sitting/ dining room or dining/ kitchen area. They can be closed together as a screen, or one or both folded back to open up the space. As a reclaimed set of doors, they have some minor warping/ movement but are still very useable. We are only replacing them as we have sourced some original 1930s glazed double doors which fit with the age of our property.
We have painted them white to match our other woodwork and changed the door handles (which we are keeping), but they were originally stripped with gold/ brass effect knobs, as in the photos. They will need the holes filling from the removed door handles. I will include the gold/ brass knobs but cannot find one of the internal "bars". I may find it before purchase, but if not it should be easy to replace, or you may wish to fit your own handles.
Prefer collection only due to size/ weight and fagility of glass, but welcome to arrange your own courier and will aim to accommodate collection (I can be at home on a Monday).
Measurements for each pair of doors when unfolded: 78cm wide x 196cm high x 4cm wide.