This lovely teak wood jade green painted double doors and frame has been salvaged from an old building in Gujarat State and saved for future generations! It is a nineteenth century original! It has lots of the fantastic old bluey jade coloured paint as well as old iron fittings, with fabulous patina built up over centuries. It would look great in an old cottage or displayed in a modern house on a feature wall. This would have been called locally a Guthi Jali door – Jali meaning literally ‘see through’ because of the perforated or lattice iron work architectural design. We have many customers that also like to repurpose our old Indian doors for grand entrances in to walled gardens, patio areas and terraces, and many of them are used for movie props too – recreating a bygone India! These doors are saved from buildings in India which have fallen into a state of disrepair and are no longer repairable. Although this is a heavy piece, we have a trained delivery company to bring it into your home. This is clearly an old piece and there are some historic repairs and age related marks and wear and tear as you would expect. This is also a unique one of piece which was made by hand many years ago and has stunning detailing, combined with fabulous old paintwork, and a lovely patina which really shows its age and history. Please be sure to check all photos as these form part of the description. All doors and windows are fine to be used outside.