Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom
Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom

Indo-Portuguese Blue Painted Solid Teak Double Door and Transom

Ref: AR1735

This antique, late 19th century Indian teak set of doors feature shaped panels for glass and includes the frame and arched transom. This type of door went out to a covered patio, courtyard or as interior doors and are found only in the large houses in the south of India. It is best used as an interior door today, as it is not thickly constructed.

Literature: H. Carita, Palaces of Goa, p.141 (for a similar style of door).
Early 19th century
W 50 H 118 in.
See also: AR1734, AR1735, AR1736, AR1737.
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