Rare Early 20th Century Dutch Brons Art Nouveau Door Grille in a Oak Door For Sale
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Rare Early 20th Century Dutch Brons Art Nouveau Door Grille in a Oak Door

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Handmade bronze Art Nouveau door grille mounted in a solid oak door from about 1910. The grille can be sold with out the door. The measurements including the door are, Depth 4,5 cm/ 1.7 inch. The bronze grille alone is Depth 3,5 cm/ 1.3 inch. Width 92 cm/ 36.2 inch. Width 73,5 cm/ 28.9 inch. Height 201 cm/ 79.1 inch. Height 150,5 cm/ 59.2 inch.

Details

  • Condition
    Excellent.
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 79.1 in. x W 36.2 in. x D 1.7 in.

    H 200.92 cm x W 91.95 cm x D 4.32 cm

  • Seller location
    Raalte, NL
  • Reference number
    LU272439625971

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