Since the Renaissance, doors like this with heavy cross members enclosing panels, attached with large hand made nails, have been made from Italy to Spain, France and Portugal. From there the style of construction spread to the colonies in Mexico, South America and India.
These solid teak doors are from India but have that ancient Mediterranean feeling. Today they can be used in industrial to Spanish colonial architecture, wine cellars and every other place for a door with lots of character.
The hand forged iron nail heads (clavos) are both decorative and make the doors strong.