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Grand Italian Style Renaissance Revival Carved Mahogany Double Door

Ref: AR6825

A large, antique Argentine double door salvaged from a mansion in Buenos Aires with their original brass Buzon (mail) slot and pulls. It is one of the best pair of doors we have found in years. The carving is delicate yet still bold and they were probably carved by an Italian craftsmen, or by someone well versed in the Italian style. Compare them to the decoration by Raffaele in the Loggia of the Vatican.

c. 1880
W 65 D 7.5 H 122.5 in.
Door: D 2.25 in.
Condition note: they have been stripped of old finish and was used without a finish for a few years.
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