Pair of Iron Bound Courtyard Doors

c. 1900
$7,800 USD
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W: 53.0" D: 6.0" H: 90.0"
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This impressive set of doors dates to the turn of the century and originated as the outermost entrance gate to a traditional courtyard home in northern China. Crafted of locust wood and hand-worked iron, the rustic doors have developed a fantastic texture from years of use. The original layer of dark brown lacquer has eroded with an inimitable crackle, revealing the beautiful wood grain underneath.

The door fronts are reinforced with studded iron bands and decorative iron plates in the shape of clouds or ruyi. The doors are fitted with a simple iron latch and four round door pulls. A look at the back reveals the iron staples holding the hardware in place as well as two sliding wood door locks.

Deaccessioned from the MacLean Collection of Asian Art.

This item is available upon request only. Please inquire to schedule in-person viewing.

Additional Dimensions:
Door Fronts: 26.5"W x 6"D x 90"H
Top Left Post: 3"Dia x 5.5"H
Bottom Left Post: 3"Dia x 2"H
Top Right Post: 3"Dia x 4"H
Bottom Right Post: 3"Dia x 1.25"H

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