Antique Indian Gujarat Carved & Painted DoorDE-COR | Globally Inspired
Enchanting 19th century painted teak door, lovingly salvaged from a historic building in Gujarat, India. Dating back to the 1800s, this rustic Indian door showcases its original paintwork with traces of blue and green colors showing, complete with oversized brass handles. Found in the vibrant city of Ahmedabad, this door is a testament to the fusion of traditional Indian architectural styles with the unique design elements of Gujarat. It beautifully incorporates intricate carvings, vivid colors, and ornate details, making it a true representation of the region's heritage. Made from durable teak wood, these rustic antique doors boast four heavily carved panels, each featuring distinct motifs. The thick and wide original frame is adorned with two exquisitely carved panels at the top, featuring floral and leaf designs. Having been salvaged from antique Indian Havelis and temple buildings, these painted entrance doors would act as a historical statement piece in any home or garden.
- *Era: Antique
- *Material: Teak/Brass
- *Size: 62"(L) x 11“(D) x 98"(H) Door: 38.5"(L) x 83"(H)
- *Color: Blue/Yellow/Brown
- *Condition: Wear consistent with age & use, blemishes and imperfections will be present. These are not to be consider defects but rather part of its character & historical value.
Found in Gujarat
(Requires White Glove Delivery)
- **Please bear in mind that colors of products shown may vary slightly from their original color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.